You Can Make a Revolutionary War Regimental Coat. This is a manual to guide you step by step through the process of making a historically accurate Revolutionary War Regimental Coat. Many of the commercially available patterns do not have clear enough instructions to properly construct a historically accurate Revolutionary War Regimental Coat. This manual is fully illustrated. A pattern is not provided but images of all of the pieces of an historically accurate pattern are provided at the back of the book. Some people may be able to enlarge those and use that as their pattern. This manual can help you construct a historically accurate Revolutionary War Regimental Coat for the Continental Army and Crown Forces. It can be adapted to make a Coatee, Hessian or French Coat. It can also be adapted to make a Civilian Frock Coat. It can even be adapted to make a War of 1812 Regimental Coat. Dr. Larry A. Maxwell is a historian and historical tailor. He makes Regimental Coats for various regiments. His coats can be seen on actors and re-enactors in movies and television shows. Though it is recommended to make a Regimental Coat using historically accurate materials this manual may also be used by costumers or film students for stage or film productions using other materials.