Last year, I did a commission for the Lincoln Train Museum in Gettysburg. The new owner has a nautical background and wanted naval figures to enhance a display of Civil War naval items. These are generic figures made with Dragon figures and almost entirely Battlegear Toys uniforms and equipment.
The Federal Marine private wears the basic frock coat with white trousers. He is armed with a re-painted SST Model 1861 Springfield Rifle-Musket.
The Federal Sailor (who looks suspiciously like he should be storming a beach on Normandy) is a petty officer His rank insignia was printed for the purpose, and his hat is embroidered with a pattern to identify him to his shipmates who may be shooting from the rigging above during close quarters combat. The BGT shirt has "embroidered" stars and accents on the cape and a lanyard added. The stitching on the shirt shows light in the photo because this was a white BGT shirt that was re-dyed and the trouser's in-seam was sewn to make a bell-bottom flare.
The Confederate Sailor also wears a BGT set, but I traded out the trousers for a white pair, which were also flared. His straw hat was formed from cross-stitch fabric from Michael's and painted. A ribbon and black lining under the brim was added. His cutlass is BGT.
Finally, the Confederate Marine Private is all BGT, except for the Dragon sword bayonet for his British Enfield Rifle, which has Bare Metal Foil on the blade. His ammunition pouch is a BGT artillery Gunner's Pouch as an Enfield pouch.
This is the set displayed at the Museum on Steinwehr Avenue in Gettysburg.
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