Confederate States Caps

    We are now proud to carry caps made by Mike Anderson of Anderson Dry Goods.  Over several decades Mike has established a reputation of high quality and excellent customer service, and we have already received several caps from Mike and they are all outstanding.  We are fortunate to offer a wide variety of CS caps and will try and maintain a modest in stock supply of caps.  We are also happy to take orders for our different models of caps in various sizes.

    NOTE: Other varieties of caps can be made available when the need arises. Living History groups who portray specific units that require a specific cap can make requests here. Also, if you are planning on attending an event, were a unit is being portrayed requiring special made head gear (ie. Ist Rhode Island wearing a State Issue Chasseur Style Cap, Etc.), this is a place for those requests.



Sizing Chart

Military Size
Civilian Size
Measurement (inches)
1
6 3/4
21 1/8
2
6 7/8
21 1/2
3
7
21 7/8
4
7 1/8
22 1/4
5
7 1/4
22 5/8
6
7 3/8
23
7
7 1/2
23 1/2
8
7 5/8
23 7/8
9
7 3/4
24 1/4





STATES RIGHTS KEPI  $90.00

Museum quality cap using period patterns, materials, and construction methods. Several choices of jeans cloth available. Lined in cotton osnaburg. Features a bound leather bill, hand painted. Sweatband is leather and chin strap is your choice, leather or silk. Chin strap buttons are brass coin buttons, although others are available upon request.




RICHMOND DEPOT KEPI   $90.00

This is a good example of the use of replacement materials to cover shortages with many items during the Civil War. At times during the conflict, leather was scarce and oil cloth was used in its place. This kepi is made of jeans cloth chosen from our stock on hand. However, the bill is made of oil cloth covered paste board as well as oil cloth sweatband & chin strap. Lining of osnaburg.




Columbus Depot Kepi  $95.00

Museum quality cap using the same custom made sumac dyed jean used in the construction of our Columbus Depot Jackets. The band is a rich indigo blue wool flannel representing the infantry branch color. Lined in cotton osnaburg. Features a bound leather bill, hand painted. Sweatband and chin strap of leather. Cap is finish with block I brass buttons.