Dating us military buttons
It has two chest bellows pockets and two lower bellows pockets.
There are three standard patterns1st Pattern: Manufactured from Poplin it had exposed buttons on angled pockets, jacket closure, shoulder loops, gas flap and side adjustment tabs.
We have made a number of officer dress and undress uniforms for the 1830s including an officer's for the 15th Regiment of Foot, 24th Regiment of Foot, 34th Regiment of Foot, and the Commissariat Department.
These uniforms included coatees, swords, accoutrements, shakos, cocked hats, breast plates, and so on. We have reproduced a number of 19th century British Drummer's uniforms.
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Any unauthorized use of material contained here is strictly forbidden. Access Heritage Inc (formerly The Discriminating General) is in no way to be held accountable for the use of any content on this website.It provided good protection against the sun, insects, and other tropical hazards.The loosely fitted garments provide ventilation and moisture dissipation.For one museum we reproduced two uniforms for the 34th Regiment of Foot complete with the regiment's unique lace (in the case of this regiment it was the same pattern as the 1768-1836 private's lace).These uniforms included regimental fife cases and slings, drum badges for the rear of the shakos, coatees, pattern 1822 swords, and cross belts.