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/Lt. Harvey Graham, Company “B”, First Iowa Infantry ~ I am fascinated by the choice of fabric for this Federal uniform.  I have never seen something resembling butternut used in the North.  Pinned from Rob.

Harvey Graham, Company “B”, First Iowa Infantry ~ I am fascinated by the choice of fabric for this Federal uniform. Pinned from Rob.

Uniform worn by James Wiley Gibson (Orangeburg, SC), who was killed at the Battle of Secessionville, SC, June 16, 1862. The bullet entry hole is visible at the left breast. The coat and trousers are likely a product of the Porter Industrial School for Girls in Charleston.

Uniform worn by James Wiley Gibson (Orangeburg, SC), who was killed at the…

/Lt. Harvey Graham, Company “B”, First Iowa Infantry

The Governor's Own Iowa Rifles: Harvey Graham, Company “B”, First Iowa Infantry

Grey wool Confederate Infantry uniform with gold braid on sleeves, Lt. Col. stars on collar (1 missing), and buttons with US staff eagle and shield, collar lined with green velvet.  North CarolinaMuseumof History

Uniform of Lt. Col. Shaw, captured at Roanoke Island #cw150

Grey wool Confederate Infantry uniform with gold braid on sleeves, Lt. stars on collar missing), and buttons with US staff eagle and shield, collar lined with green velvet.

General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's Uniform displayed at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA

General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's Uniform displayed at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA

Confederate Officer's Double Breasted Shell Jacket. Worn by First Lt. Edward Bryan, 31st North Carolina Infantry Regt. wounded at Cold Harbor and surrendered May 1865. Two bars on each side of collar together with one gold bullion quatrefoil on each sleeve reflect rank. ( One row Quatrefoil - 1st and 2nd Lt. ; Two rows - Capt.; Three rows - Major, Lt. Col., Colonel : Four rows - General )

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frock coat worn by Lt. Col. Thomas Ruffin of Franklin County, mortally wounded in a Virginia battle, Auburn's Mill, on Oct. 15, 1863.

See Civil War Uniforms in the Conservation Process: The frock coat of Lt. Thomas Ruffin will be one of the items shown in the webcast : September 10 to register : www.

Original union sack coat Although these are clearly the most common of all Union uniforms, they have the LOWEST survival rate as they were just plain worn out after the Civil War ended. Valued at $27,500.

Fine original Civil War Union 4 button sack coat -- exceptional

Original union sack coat Although these are clearly the most common of all Union uniforms, they have the LOWEST survival rate as they were just plain worn out after the Civil War ended. Valued at $27,500.

Uniform Coat worn by Edward Willis (Charleston, SC) who served as chief quartermaster on the staff of General P.G.T. Beauregard.

Uniform Coat worn by Edward Willis (Charleston, SC) who served as chief quartermaster on the staff of General P.

Confederate Enlisted Frock Coat. Much rarer than an Officer's frock coat. Gray wool with blue facing on collar for Infantry. Nine button front. A Federal soldier recovered this early war, single breasted frock coat from the abandoned Confederate trenchline in Little Rock, September 1863.

A Federal soldier recovered this early war-style, single-breasted frock coat from the abandoned Confederate trenchline in Little Rock, September Many of these frocks had collar and cuff facings. Artifact courtesy of the Steve Osman collection.

Uniform Coat worn by Captain Horace Hann Sams (Beaufort, SC)_DSC7262 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Uniform Coat worn by Captain Horace Hann Sams (Beaufort, SC) who served in the Confederate Army’s Subsistence Department. He died in Confederate States General Hospital no. 12 at Greensboro, NC on May Charleston Museum.

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Military & Patriotic:Civil War, The Confederate Officer's Shell Jacket of Captain John A. West,Chief of Artillery On General Taylor's Staff.

Jacket, American Civil War.  ca. 1864

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This Confederate lined shell jacket has seven wood buttons, is butternut in color, and has an outside pocket on the left side and an inside pocket on the right side.    The jacket belonged to George Jacob Mook, Company D, 4th Missouri Cavalry CSA. Mook, a resident of St. Louis County, joined the regiment in June 1863 at Bird’s Point, Arkansas.

Jacob Mook Shell Jacket This Confederate lined shell jacket has seven wood buttons, is butternut in color, and has an outside pocket on the left side and an ins

Union Regulation Artillery Enlisted Man's Frock Coat. The blue wool body is in fine condition and retains its original nine general service "eagle" buttons down the front and two at each functional cuff. The cuffs and the tall 1¾" collar are trimmed with welting of bright red wool, as called for in regulations for artillery units.

Union Regulation Artillery Enlisted Man's Frock Coat. The blue wool body is in fine condition and retains its original nine general service "eagle" buttons down the front and two at each functional cuff. The cuffs and the tall 1¾" collar are trimmed with welting of bright red wool, as called for in regulations for artillery units.

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