Civil War Confederate Veteran Uniform


Civil War Confederate Veteran Uniform with two original Reunion Buttons.  This Civil War Confederate Veteran Uniform has all the eye appeal of the real deal.  I love the color of this Civil War Confederate Veteran Uniform.  No doubt this Rebel Veteran didn’t want to look like a blue belly.  The red trim on the cuffs and collar will give your War Room some color splash.  If your collection has a beautiful period Confederate Buckle on belt this uniform would Rebel Rock!!  I can see a nice CSA belt plate around this uniform.  This is a scarce Civil War Confederate Veteran Uniform with the red trim.  I have avoided selling it for sometime been displayed in the shop.  I will be leaving for the Denver Antique Arms Show this coming Monday and time for this Civil War Confederate Veteran Uniform to display in your War Room.  I have included below the write up from the Akins Americana Website.

“This is a United Confederate Veterans reunion jacket from the late 1800’s. This seven button coat/jacket is made in the style of a plain sack coat. It is constructed of six panels of high quality gray wool material. There are seven buttons on the single breasted opening. The buttons are of different types, three Eagle General Service, one Eagle I, two flower and one plain faced button. Two of the general service buttons have back marks. One is marked Steele & Johnson Mfg Co. and the other is stamped Extra Quality. The Steele and Johnson Mfg Co came into existence in 1875. The Eagle I button has no back mark. The two flower buttons both have back marks, one stamped Treble Plated, the other is Waterbury. There are no cuff buttons on the sleeves. Though there are no tags or makers stamps in the jacket anywhere, just the #42 ink stamped on the inside of the jacket. The jacket is fully lined, to include the sleeves. There are no exterior or interior pockets. There is no moth damage, but staining on many areas of the jacket. The photo’s show all the areas affected. This jacket was most definitely worn by the veteran. There are two UCV buttons pinned to the front of the jacket. One is a delegate’s button from the 11th UCV Reunion held in Memphis, Tennessee in May 1901. The center of the badge is adorned with the Confederate 1st National Flag, 2nd National Flag and the Confederate battle Flag. The second and smaller of the two is of the Confederate Reunion held in Dallas, Texas in 1902. A likeness of Robert E. Lee is in the center of this badge. The collar and cuff bunting are red in color, representing the Artillery branch of service. A very small section of stitching is loose on the right side of the collar. The remainder of the machine sewn stitching remains tight in all areas. The jacket is still strong enough to be worn today. If you collect Confederate Artillery this would make a great center for your collection!”
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If your in the Middle Tennessee area traveling or live around here.  Please come visit the Akins Americana Store Front in Smyrna, Tennessee.  We are located one mile from the Historic Sam Davis Home.  Sam Davis was a Confederate Hero and was hanged by the Yankees. Please check out the Rebel Relics FaceBook page.  Click the link on the home page and send friend request. I also have my personal page Brian Akins on FaceBook.  I update from the shows and auctions from my personal Brian Akins page.  Feel free to send me a friend request for either site or both. I am also Rebel on Twitter. I also have some videos on YOUTUBE.  Just search my name on YOUTUBE. If you enjoy the videos please hit subscribe. Just a few minutes from the shop is three major Civil War Battles.  The Battle of Stones River, The Battle of Franklin, and The Battle of Nashville all less than 30 minutes from the store front.  Not to mention Middle Tennessee Relics operated by Larry Hicklen is right down the road.  Tom Hayes of Stones River Relics is also minutes away. I have many other Civil War Relics for sale in the shop.  Many of these items never see the website. If you have Civil War Relics for sale.  Please let me know and we can set up an appointment. I specialize in all Civil War Relics.  I also collect and sell native American Artifacts and Indian War Artifacts. I have sold some awesome Civil War Relics, Native American Artifacts, and Pre Civil War Artifacts. I also buy and sell Japanese Swords.  World War II and Ancient Blades and usually have some samurai armor in the inventory. If you love Civil War Relics you should enjoy the Rebel Relics website.  Civil War Relics are my passion.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding Historical Militaria.  Civil War Relics is my main focus but my knowledge base is strong in all areas.

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