Reproduction of Revolutionary War uniform.
.001 Trousers: Tan, five brass buttons, cotton trousers with drawstring in back, and four brass buttons on the legs and leather straps.
.002 Vest: is tan, cotton, with 10 buttons and two side pockets.
.003 Shirt: is white, has a ruffled collar with pearl buttons at neck, and ruffled sleeves with pearl buttons. Detachable white collar included.
.004 Jacket :is a navy wool coat trimmed in tan wool with tan cotton lining, there are two brass buttons on the collar and nine brass buttons on the front, and two side pockets with four brass buttons on each, four brass buttons on the sleeves, side openings with three brass buttons, epaulets included and sewn-in label of the American Heritage Clothing also on jacket
The uniform was made to represent Major William Blodgett. There is a picture in the Battery Broadside Autumn 2004 with John Howard as Maj. Blodgett. There is another picture from Spring 2007 with Paul Brunelle as Maj. Blodgett.
.005 Unidentified maroon scarf included.
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