169 W. FIFTH STREET,   OSWEGO,   NEW YORK   13126-2505            office phone


UPDATE!!   Our "Standard Grade" trousers are now available (see PAGE 2 in the site menu)!   However, our "Museum Grade" trousers still remain unavailable at this time but we are close to getting the fabric issue (100% wool) resolved for them. We'll keep you posted here as things progress.

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WELCOME to Stony Brook Company's website!

We are manufacturers of United States Army FOOT pattern enlisted man's trousers. Our "Museum Grade" trousers are made in the WILLIAM DEERING contract pattern and our "Standard Grade" trousers are made in the SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL depot pattern.

We also manufacture OFFICER'S trousers.

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-four 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 categories (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.

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LAST GENERAL UPDATING:    January 19th  

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LATEST ITEM ADDITION(S):     January 19th

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   "CAPS & HATS"

         Tan C.S. Jean Wool Kepi. Size 7 3/8 (measures 23 1/4" around the sweatband). High End Work But Maker Unknown.
         Brand New Never Worn. Unbound Black Leather Visor, Painted Cotton Chin Strap, Small Black Tin Side Buttons,
         Red & Tan Small Check Cotton Shirting Liner, Hand Sewn Natural Color Sweatband. Maker Unknown.



         U.S. Saber Belt w/ Rectangular Eagle Plate. Used But Solid & Serviceable. Complete.

         C.S. Black Leather Belt w/ Snake Tongue Buckle. Has Cracks In The Leather. Probably Imported.

         U.S. Bayonet Scabbard. Well Used But Solid & Serviceable. Missing Tip. Has Maker & Inspectors Stamps.

as well as


         Ambulance Corps Arm Band. Believed To Have Been Made By Don Smith.

in addition to


         Black Silk Bow Tie. Worn Just Twice And In Great Shape. Possibly Corner Clothiers.

followed by


         Chuck-Or-Luck Fabric Game Board w/ Painted Art Work. Used For Living History Displays Only And In Great
         Condition! Comes w/ Ticking Carrying Bag. Made By A. Martin

         Two Packs (one U.S. and One C.S.) Of Assorted Repro Forms By Sullivan Press. All New.


         U.S. Frock Coat. Hospital Steward (or Ordnance). #JF7266.

         Brown & White Civilian Size 10 C (Narrow) Shoes. #BC1035

         Twin Spout Tin Drum Canteen. #LB2323

         White Cotton Shirt. #LB1190

         Hempstead Rifles Waist Plate. #LB2003

         C.S. Medical Captains Insignia. #LB6213

         Carpet Wallet. #LB1698


         CJ Daley Ohio State Jacket. Size 46. Has Been Worn But Not To The Field And Thus Remains In Great Condition
         Dark Blue Wool Body w/ A Dark Blue Jean Wool Lining. Muslin Sleeve Linings. Nine 3/4" U.S. Eagle Buttons On
         The Front, One 3/ 4" Eagle Button On Each Shoulder Epaulette & Two 1/2" U.S. Eagles (Decorative) On The Plain
         Cuffs. Inside Left Breast Pocket.

         C.S. Tan (natural color) Jean Wool Trousers. 42" x 32". Used But In Good Physical Condition. Does Have Some
         Stains On The Lower Legs & Cuffs. Split Rear Waistband w/ Adjustment Belts, Glass Buttons, Rolled Hand Felled
         Body Seams.

         C.S. All Hand Sewn Osnaburg Haversack. Made By A. Martin. Pattern Identified To A Texas Soldier. Osnaburg
         Fabric Came From Family Heir-Loom Weavers. Cast Brass Block I button Closure.

         U.S. Cartridge Box Belt ("sling") w/ Brass Circular Eagle Plate Attached.

         C.S. Painted Cartridge Box Belt ("sling"). Made By A. Martin.

         Brown C.S. Waist Belt w/ Brass Snake Tongue Buckle Made By A. Martin.

         Confederate Painted Haversack By Haversack Depot (Phil Cavanaugh). Used But In Nice Condition. White Cotton
         Drill Carrying Strap. No Inner Bag By Design. Bone Button Closure On The Front.

         Three Large CSA Cotton Duck Sacks w/ Period Stencil. Made Made By A. Martin And The Stencil Made By Don
         Smith. All Brand New Never Used.

         Two Civilian Cotton Shirts. One Brown/Tan Check. Fits 46 to 48 chest (maker unknown) and One Rusty Brown
         that Fits 44 to 46 chest (NJ Sekela). Both In Great Condition But The Rusty Brown One Has Some Paint (?) Stains
         Possibly From Rubbing Against Painted Accoutrements.


         Berdan's Sharpshooter "Private Purchase" Pattern Trousers. Dark Green 100% Wool Broadcloth! Will Work For
         Officer Or Enlisted Man (as private purchase trousers). Partially Completed At This Time So They Can Be Completed
         In A Couple Different Configurations (which we will discuss with the buyer). Pockets & Facings Are White Cotton
         Drill. Left Side Fly Facings Are Black Polished Cotton. Black Stipple Tin Buttons, Two Rear Adjustment Belts.
         Privately Started But Will Be Finished By SBC.

         Richmond Depot Type II Jacket. Size 48. Great Condition! Made By Wambaugh, White & Co Using County Cloth
         Light Tan Satinette. Entirely Hand Top Stitched. Has U.S. Eagle Buttons On The Front (easily replaced). Osnaburg
         Lining w/ Inside Left Breast Pocket. Two Side Belt Loops.

         George P. Bryan Jacket. Size 46 Short. Cadet Gray 100% Wool English Army Cloth. Worn Once To A Non-Field Event
         And Remains In Great Condition. Freshly Dry Cleaned. Has Hand Sewn Keyhole Pattern Button Holes, Nine 7/8
         Stamped Brass Script I Buttons On The Front & 2 Smaller 5/8 Script Is (decorative) On The Shoulder Epaulettes.
         Cuffs Are Plain (no buttons - no trim). Lined In Osnaburg w/ An Inside Left Breast Pocket.

         North Carolina Jacket. New. Size 48/50. Made By Ray Hock. Brand New Never Worn. Made From County Cloth #1
         Jean Wool. Loaded w/ Hand Stitching. Nine Silver Washed Copper N.C. State Seal Button On The Front. Lined w/
         A Medium Weight Off-White Cotton In Both The Body & Sleeves. No Pockets.

         C.S. Cadet Gray Wool Trousers. 100% Wool Broadcloth! Partially Completed. Excellent For Early War Or Officer's
         Trousers. Black Stipple Tin Buttons, White Cotton Drill Pockets & Waistband Facings, Black Polished Cotton Fly
         Facings, Two Rear Belts w/ Two Tine Brass Buckle. More Specific Details Pending.

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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

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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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