The Richmond Depot style of jackets were some of the most commonly worn jacket in the eastern theater of the Civil War. Beginning in 1862, and producing garments up until the end of the war, these jackets are seen among the Confederate ranks throughout Virginia and North Carolina.
This jacket can be made from a variety of materials, but was most commonly made from tan or gray jean cloth. We can also make this jacket in kersey, when it is available, for an additional $20.
To ensure a proper fit, we request that you get accurate measurements using a tape measure or the strip of cloth and yardstick method detail on the FAQ page. Without an accurate measurement, we cannot ensure that your garment will fit they way it is intended to.
If you are taller than 5'9", please let us know that you will need a longer length jacket.
For sizes larger than 48, there is an additional $20 added to the item.