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WELCOME to Stony Brook Company's website!

We are manufacturers of United States Army foot pattern enlisted man's trousers made in the WILLIAM DEERING contract and SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL depot patterns. We also manufacture OFFICER'S trousers as well. Of course, all of our trousers are made here in Oswego, New York!

MOUNTED TROUSERS: While we do not manufacture mounted pattern trousers we do get them in on occasion for consignment. Therefore, if you are looking for mounted pattern trousers please refer to our trouser consignment section as we have some listed there from time to time. Of course any questions concerning mounted trouser availability please e-mail me.

We have been an active part of the Civil War reenactment community since January 1968 and in service as a uniform manufacturer since July of 1974 (forty-one years and counting :-).


Since 1976 we have served as a commission merchant to the hobby and maintain a section on this site for new and used customer consigned items. These items can be found under the Consignments #1, #2 and #3 links under SITE MAP (see left) and in their respective catagories (coats, trousers, equipment, etc.). For our efforts on behalf of both buyers and sellers we have been classified as the PREMIER consignment service to the hobby.

CONSIGNMENTS MARQUEE
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LAST GENERAL UPDATING:    August 31st  

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LATEST ITEM ADDITION(S):      August 28th  

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   "ODDS & ENDS"

         BOOK - Regimental History Of Hawkin's Zouaves (Ninth New York Infantry) First
         Edition Printed in 1900. Shows Age But Still In Good Condition. Signed By Original
         Regiment Member. NOTE: I usually do NOT consign books and such but this was a
         special request by a good friend.

         (Modern) Irish Brigade Commemorative Coffee Cup. Porcelain Coffee Mug w/ Irish
         Brigade Artwork. New, Never Used And In Excellent Shape. I Ordinarily Do Not
         Consign Items Like This But Am Trying To Help Out A Friend
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   "INSIGNIA"

         Bullion Artillery Hat Insignia. Brand New, Never Used.

PREVIOUS RECENT ADDITION(S):   

         C.S. Royal Blue Wool 46" x 36" Trousers (We Can Alter). Made To "Standard Grade"
         Specifications (principally machine sewn but w/ hand sewn button holes, etc).
         Side Seam (not"mule ear") Main Pockets, Right Side Watch Pocket, Black Stipple
         Tin Buttons, White Internal Cottons w/ Black Polished Cotton Left Side Fly
         Facings. Two Rear Belts w/ Brass Buckle, Rolled Hand Hemmed Cuffs. (SBC).

         One Pair Partially Completed Collis' Zouaves Madder Red Wool Trousers. Under
         Assembly To "Standard Grade" (principally machine sewn but w/ hand sewn button
         holes, etc
). Currently Cut For A 38" Waist But Easily Altered.

         Small Assortment Of Dark Colored Antique Civilian Buttons.

LATEST PRICE REDUCTION(S):   

         U.S. Colonelís Dark Blue Greatcoat. #RJ8266 (on 08/31).

         Leather Eye Patches. #GS9001

DUE IN SOON:

         Gray Wool C.S. Kepi. Size 7 (+/-). Very Well Used. No Sweatband & A Heavily
         Stained Liner. Good For The Unit "Loaner Box" Or Can Be Taken Apart For A
         Pattern. Sutler Row.

         Dark Blue Schuylkill Arsenal Pattern 44" x 32" Trousers w/ Lemon Yellow Wool Tape
         Striping For Sergeant of Engineers. Made To "Standard Grade" Specifications
         (principally machine sewn but w/ hand sewn button holes, etc). Side Seam Pockets,
         Right Side Watch Pocket, Paperbacked Tin Buttons, White Internal Cottons, Rear
         Tie-Back Cord Plus Rolled Split Cuffs. We Can Alter Waist And/Or Length. (SBC).

         One Pair Each U.S. & C.S. Bowed Pattern Artillery Corporal Chevrons. New. (SBC)

         U.S. Officer's DARK Blue Wool Greatcoat. Size 44/46. Copy of An Original w/
         Single Breasted Buttoning Front, Detachable Cape, Waist Length Wool Flannel Body
         Lining, Buttoning (hidden panel) Rear Tails, Multiple Pockets. Plain (no trim).
         "Museum Grade" Work Straight Through. Never Worn. More Details Pending. (SBC)

         Cavalry or Engineers Wool Hardee Hat Cord. New.

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Lastly, Stony Brook Company is now a mail order operation. We no longer maintain our walk in shop facility we had in downtown Oswego for many years. The 169 W. Fifth Street address is simply our administrative office location.

Thanks gang!

Chris Sullivan
Proprietor

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General Info on Payment, Shipping, Returns, etc.

High End!
TROUSERS; Foot
Museum Grade

Product Information (100% wool)

Mostly Machine Sewn
TROUSERS; Foot
Standard Grade

Product Information (100% wool)

Officer's Trousers! Officer's Trousers
Foot Pattern

Check out the details
Showing both grades plus main pattern differences

Information for new buyers

Coats, Jackets, Trousers, Unif. Sets

Caps/Hats, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Accoutrements & Equipment, Camp & Mess Gear

Civilian Clothing, Insignia, Personal Items, Odds & Ends


Sky Blue & Dark Blue Medium Weight Wool
(wholesale & retail)
Other Colors Available (wholesale only)

A couple sundry items
A small selection of chevrons, suspenders & U.S. enlisted buttons


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NOTICE OF SIZE LIMITATIONS

PLEASE NOTE: our trouser sizing is limited to a MINIMUM waist size of 30" to a MAXIMUM of 50". Due to pattern limitations we cannot manufacture outside of these size ranges. We apologize for any and all inconvenience.

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KITS, PATTERNS, PARTIALS, FABRICS

Additionally, please CLICK HERE to read our position on supplying trouser kits, patterns, partials, working with other fabrics and modifying our patterns.

 

 

 

 

 

Our favorite Victorian business philosophy which serves well even today

"The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot ...
it can't be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add
something for the risk you run, and if you do that, you will
have enough to pay for something better."

John Ruskin, Author, 1819 1900

 

 

 

 

    

 


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