The C.S. Civil War General's Uniform Double Breasted Frock Coat (frockcoat), is of the style that was worn by most Confederate General Officers. Several wool colors are featured at the base price and some higher quality wools are available at extra cost. A C.S. (Confederate) Officers grade (General Officer, Senior Officer, Company Officer or Junior Officer) was distinguished by the number of rows of sleeve braid, his branch (Artillery, Cavalry, Engineer, Infantry or Staff) by the trim color and his rank by his collar insignia. The coat is lined with black cotton and the sleeve natural muslin. The coat has an inside left breast pocket. Flap style pockets in the folds of the skirt are included. The coat has branch of service colors on the collar and cuff facings and a 1/8" pipe down the front edge of the coat.