C. S. Caps
W, W, and Company is proud to announce
its partnership with Mike Stiles of Superior Cap & Regalia Company. Mr.
Stiles produces what are considered to be among the best reproductions of
American Civil War era caps, and has a reputation for quality and authenticity.
Mr. Stiles has been reproducing caps since the 1970s, and his attention
to detail and desire to make the best possible reproductions is second to
At this time we are offering only a very few types
of U.S. and C.S. caps, but hope to expand to other styles in the future.
For available sizes please check our in stock page. If you have
a request for a specific size of cap that you would like, please E-Mail
me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southern Depot Style General Service Kepi.....$85.00
A sharp looking bluish gray, wool jeancloth kepi.
Constructed in a basic style similar to those issued by Confederate
Depots. Lined in coarse osnaberg and the sweatband is the typical
black painted canvas found in Confederate caps. Brim is a dark brown
leather with a light coat of varnish but no enamel in the finish. Chinstrap
is typical painted canvas type and attached with script I buttons. This
is the taller version with a 4" crown.
Richmond Depot Artillery Kepi.....................$95.00
Patterned off of the original pictured on page 162
of EoG-CS, this cap features a body of fine scarlet broadcloth with a band
and crown of cadet gray broadcloth. Lined in a plain osnaberg cotton
with a painted cloth crown and sweatband, the cap also features a lamanated
pasteboard brim covered in painted cloth with a classic wide bound edging.
The chinstrap is painted cloth and is held in place with two script
I buttons as per the original