Our friends Kara and Brian are your source for all sorts of civilian wear -- and carry our products from time to time, too!
Chris Semancik's Forage Caps
Chris Semancik's 1858 pattern forage cap is considered one of the best on the market. Other types of military headgear may also be avaliable.
TP&H Trading Co. - http://www.timbenderhats.com
Tim Bender is not only a great guy, but an incredible hatter. His shag fur top hats are works of art.
Music Hall - http://www.minstrelbanjos.com
Marty Liebschner constructs and plays period banjos better than anyone we've known, and is also great to deal with.
Family Heirloom Weavers
Although the Klines are not generally producing 19th century fabrics anymore, we've included a link to them in hopes that Pat will curb his "Brooklyn sucks" routine...
And, because we care about other eras, too...
At the Front
What was once known as the source for German WWII replicas is doing a great job of reproducing American uniforms and gear. Come for the merchandise, stay for the "Weekly Rant."
The Homefront - http://www.thehomefront1940s.com
One of the swellest joints in Gettysburg, featuring original '40s housewares and cute replica dresses. Definitely the place to fit in when you're wearing M-43's in the middle of Remembrance Day or something equally odd.
More sites will be added eventually. E-mail
us if you want in.