(Probable issue period Late 1863 to end of war).- The Alabama Pattern Jacket is associated with units of the Army of Tennessee that were assigned to the Alabama Department in December 1864. Our reproduction is made from natural or brown wool jean and has a six-piece body, two piece sleeves and natural cotton lining. Only the collar is trimmed with dark blue wool jean.
The coat front features five wood buttons and has an exterior pocket. This jacket has a short waist length, the body being about 1” shorter than the Columbus Depot 1 Jacket. The back is cut straight across, rather than to a point. A single belt loop on the left side is available at no extra cost. Buttonholes, whether machine-sewn or hand-sewn, are done in a color appropriate to the fabric color.All CS Alabama Shells are custom order. Please allow 5-6 weeks for delivery. Because custom orders are not returnable, please visit our measurement page, and submit your measurements when you order.
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