as worn from 1832 to 1851 has a short waist length and narrow sleeves. White cotton duck is used and lined with natural cotton muslin. The 2-1/4" collar closes fully in the front. Pointed cuff of same fabric. The jacket is quite plain- without any decoration of any kind. Two exterior front pockets are horizontal and located at the waistline. Button type Shoulder Tabs (sometimes called Straps) are sewn into the shoulder seams.
Infantry Officers jackets have Nine small silver buttons on the front. Artillery uses brass. Dragoon Officers (shown at left) have Twelve small brass buttons on the front. Shoulder Boards denoting rank were not authorized on the Summer Fatigue Jackets.
This garment is custom made for each order- Please allow 6 weeks. Since custom orders are not returnable please visit our measurements page and submit your measurements when you order.
Known for Quality Historical Men's Military Uniforms and Civilian Clothing Reproductions- Since 1975