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Beautiful Boylan Made 1864 Civil War Artillery Enlisted Frock Coat
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Here is a great looking original Civil War artillery uniform. This is the pattern that is officially known as the U.S. Model 1858 Union Artillery enlisted frock coat. The blue wool of the coat still has a rich tone all over. The dark blue body of the coat is trimmed with the rich red tone that denotes the artillery branch of service. It has the tall stand up collar as it should that is also trimmed in red. It has the nine-button front, that utilizes all unmarked general service eagle buttons. Each button has the Union eagle in the center with the arrows of war on one talon and the branch of peace in the other. When you open up the coat you see that it has the interesting lining compared tot he standard frock coats of the War. These don't use a full-lining but they use the padding on the chest and back bit most of the coat has only the wool from the front side. The sleeve linings are present and in fine shape. In the sleeve it has the maker's marking as well as the size marking stamped into the white cotton. It clearly states "1 / J.B. Boylan, Newark, N.J. / Contract Nov. 3d. 1864." A second size number "1" appears to the left of the manufacturer identification. Both of the skirts on the lower section of the coat are full-length and unhemmed. It is a classic example of the Scarce and desirable Civil War artillery enlistedman's frock coat.

Item #: B6413
Shipping Weight: 10 lbs
Your Price:$6,950.00 USD
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