ESTABLISHED 1974
STONY BROOK COMPANY
169 W. FIFTH STREET,   OSWEGO,   NEW YORK   13126-2505
chris@stonybrookcompany.com            office phone


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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 SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL depot pattern. We also make OFFICER'S trousers.   Sorry, we no longer manufacture mounted pattern trousers.

We are currently in the process of completely redoing our trouser photo page and look to have that back on-line soon.

>> CIVILIAN TROUSERS: We do get numerous requests for civilian pattern trousers. Please e-mail me and we can discuss the options and details available.

CURRENT DELIVERY TIME: Given that we are extremely busy in the shop please allow a minimum of eight weeks on individual "Standard Grade" trouser orders and minimum of ten weeks on individual "Museum Grade" trouser orders.. For current delivery time on group orders 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-three years and counting :-).


Since 1976 we have also 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 (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:    July 16th  

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LATEST ITEM ADDITION(S):     July 14th

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   "INSIGNIA"

         One Pair, C.S. Infantry 1st SGT Chevrons. Brand New, Never Used. Sky Blue Mohair (worsted vertical ribbing) Wool
         Tape On Light Brown Jean Wool Bases. Straight Edge Pattern (not bowed). Privately Made (nice work).

LATEST PRICE REDUCTION(S):   

         U.S. Infantry Frock Coat. #DL3836. (size 38, Chris Daley)

         Militia Pattern Knapsack. #JF8829

         Black Leather Pistol Cartridge Box. #JF7522

         Black Leather Holster. #JF7675 (.44 caliber)

         Civilian Cotton Print Shirt. #JF9926 (48/50 chest)

         Dark Blue Navy Jumper. #JF8291 (size 44)

PREVIOUS RECENT ADDITION(S):   

         ENTIRELY HAND SEWN Crimson Battle Shirt By Ross Lamoureaux. Fits Up To A 42" Chest. Worn A Few Times But
         Remains In Great Condition! Rectangular Shaped Six Button Front Bib Trimmed In 1/2" Black Tape. Black Tape Trim
         On The Front Patch Style Pocket As Well. Buttons On The Bib, Collar & Each Gathered Cuff Are Black Stipple Face
         Tin. All Body And Sleeve Seams Are Rolled & Hand Felled.

         Two Pair C.S. Light Gray Wool Richmond Depot Style Trousers. Partially Completed. One 48" Waist & One 38" Waist.
         We Can Alter Either Pair To Any Size Needed. Started To "Standard Grade" Specifications (principally machine sewn but
         w/ hand sewn button holes & some assorted hand sewn details
). Final Assembly To Be Done By SBC. These Trousers Have
         Vertical Side Seam Pockets But An "at cost" Top Entry ("mule ear") Pocket Option is Available. Cotton Drill Used For
         Pockets & All Facings. Upon Completion These Trousers Will Also Feature Black Stipple Face Tin Buttons, Two Rear
         Adjustment Belts w/ A Brass Two-Tine Buckle Plus Rolled Hand Hemmed Cuffs. OFFICERS: We Can Modify Some
         Of The Details On These Trousers To Reflect "Private Purchase" Type Trousers. Please E-mail Me For Specifics.

         Cast Brass "Tongue & Wreath" CSA Waistbelt Plate. Brand New Never Used. Matte (non-gloss) Finish. Maker Unknown
         But Not A Hanover Brass Product As Far As We Can Tell.

         Small Lot Of Assorted Hat Brass & Cloth Corps Badges; Some New / Some Used (3 inf. bugles, an engineer castle, small
         silver metal "US", assorted cloth corps badges plus some stamped brass numbers & letters
).

DUE IN SOON:

         Mixed Lot Of New And Used Stamped Brass U.S. & C.S.Buttons. Assorted Sizes (7/8", 3/4" & 1/2"). "CSA", Block "A",
         Block "I", U.S. Eagles & Some State Seal (Texas, New York, Missouri, etc). More Specifics Pending.

         Private Purchase Pattern Berdan's Sharpshooter Trousers. Will Work For Officer Or Enlisted Man. Dark Green Wool (a
         blend of 75% wool & 25% synthetic fiber
). Cut As A Size 48 But We Can Alter. Being Assembled To "Standard Grade"
         Specs - principally machine sewn but w/ hand sewn button holes & some assorted hand tacking. When Finished Will Feature
         Side Seam Main Pockets, Watch Pocket, Black Cotton Drill Pocket Inserts & Waistband Facings, Black Polished Cotton
         Left Side Fly Facings, Two Rear Adjustment Belts w/ Brass Two-Tine Buckle, Rolled Hand Hemmed Cuffs Plus
         Black Stipple Faced Tin Buttons. Officer 1/8" Light Green Side Seam Piping Can Be Added.

         Black Wool Greatcoat. Size 46. Was Started But Needs To Be Completed (which the owner has asked us to do upon sale)
         Was Slated To Be Used For A Chaplain's Impression But Could Very Easily Be Used In A C.S. Or Civilian Impression.
         When Finished Will Feature A Falling Style Collar, Elbow Length Detachable Cape, Two Rear Belts, No Cuffs, Lined To
         The Waist In Wool & Will Have Black Cloth Covered Front Buttons w/ Hand Sewn Button Holes.

         Small Lot of U.S And C.S. Infantry Corporal & Sergeant Chevrons. U.S. Backings Are Dark Blue Wool And C.S. Backings
         Are Dark Gray (like a gunmetal gray) Wool. Chevrons Are Straight Edged; No Bowed Or Arched. All Are Brand New
         Never Used. Privately Made (nice work)

         Two Pair Richmond Depot Pattern Jean Wool Trousers. These Have Been Worn A Couple Times But Remain In Excellent
         Condition. Size And Specific Details Pending.

         Partially Completed Pair Of Indigo Dark Blue (a rich dark blue but not as dark as Navy) MOUNTED Trousers. Cut As A 48
         But We Can Easily Alter. These Are Slated For A Number Of Custom Features Such As Buttoning Top Entry ("mule ear")
         Pockets w/ Decorative Stitching, Scalloped Cut/Upper Waistband Set Watch Pocket, Lined (Weighted) Cuffs, Upper Back
         Panel Lining Plus Black Stipple Faced Tin Buttons. Some Of These Features Have Already Been Started Therefore These
         Trousers Will Finish As Such (a custom tailored pair of trousers). These Can Work For Officer Or As A Private Purchase
         (privately tailored) Pair Of Enlisted Man's Trousers. Fabric Is A Wool Blend (not 100% pure wool). Final Assembly And
         Detail Work Will Be By SBC.

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Lastly, Stony Brook Company is now a strictly 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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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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