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##### _ Victoria, Bone

The Victoria is something new for the Civil War ladies. The moment you hold Victoria you will know that you have a quality shoe in your hand. Comfort, quality and authenticity are all brought by Victoria
Victoria is a fully leather lined flat heeled, fitted ankle-high bootee for the ladies. Victoria has a tapered, squarish toe cap and is made of soft leather on a left\right last. We have been getting some complaints that ladies with sturdy feet or stronger ankles are experiencing difficulty with getting into the Victoria. We have made a slight adjustment by adding another elastic gusset.
Victoria has six jet black buttons on the front of the shoe but there is no need for a button hook.

## Sara is a fully leather lined flat heeled, fitted ankle-high bootee for the ladies. Sara has a tapered, squarish toe cap and is made of soft leather on a left\right last.

##### Artillery Boot 1861, short boot Smooth side out lined boot.

Artillery boot 1861, or sometimes called the Short Boot or Engineer Boot.  The mid-calf height of the boot changes in proportion to the size.  The boot is leather lined.  The original is on the right in the image.

##### Barbara, Black Smooth

Barbara is the women’s colonial common shoe, with a short tongue, low heel made in full grain leather. This can be a buckle shoe or the latchets can be made for ties.  It is in black- smooth leather.

##### Brogan, Jefferson Bootie Smooth side out

Brogans are also called Jefferson Bootees. The Army used the term “Jefferson”. The reason goes back to Thomas Jefferson: During the French Revolution, large, fancy shoe buckles were considered the mark of the Aristocrats. Shortly, wearing any shoe buckles at … Read More

##### CHERI colonial shoe

Cheri is a cherry brick red.  It is a tie show and will go from 17th century to almost the 19th century. It has a curved heel and is made of soft leather.  This is made on a modern left and right last.

##### Concord, Black Rough out unlined shoe

The Concord is a Colonial unlined full-grain all leather shoe. It is natural leather, easy to dye,  It has a low heel and 1 1//4″ latchets for buckles. This would be the common man’s shoe.

##### Concord, Colonial natural rough-out shoe

The Concord is a Colonial unlined full-grain all leather shoe. It is natural leather, easy to dye,  It has a low heel and 1 1//4″ latchets for buckles. This would be the common man’s shoe.

##### Congress Gator, Black & Brown, Civil War Men’s pull-on Shoe

The Congressgaitor is more of an ankle boot.  It is what you have been looking for.   With a tab on the back for ease of entry, it has a smooth black leather toe, two elastic gussets one either side and a stacked heel.

##### Connie, natural-rough-out Colonial shoe

Connie has a 1-3/4 inch heel, made for a buckle but can be tied. Natural rough-out leather.  Straight last shoe.

Available in sizes 6B to 10C  in whole and half sizes.  $129.50 not rated$129.50
##### Debbie, Colonial buckle shoe

Debbie is made of supple leather with a moderate 1-3/4″  squash heel.  It has a steel shank for strength.  This shoe is made for those that need a roomier toe, and a wider shoe.  It is a lined shoe and can be worn with a buckle or ties.  This is a look a like for the Leslie, but in women’s sizing.

##### Franklin Shoe

The left/right Franklin is a great shoe for the middle-class/ shop owner. It is a lined shoe that only comes in smooth out. This is to help it keeps its shape ( No toe fall) show you have that extra bit … Read More

##### Hi-Low Trekkers, straight last, natural rough-out leather

Hi-Lows are the straight last in the Trekker series.  All leather natural rough-out, lace up half boot. sizes 6 to 15

If you look at the American Rifleman article on muskets of the Revolution, you will see that Troiani portraysGeneral Warren standing atop the parapet with sword in hand as he waits to see “the whites of their eyes.”  He is wearing black Hi-Lows / Black Half Boots.

##### Jenny Lynn, Civil War Ankle boot

Jenny Lynn is an Ankle boot with side elastic gussets, decorative buttons and scalloped edge.  It is part of the Victoria series with the 1/4″ low heel.

##### Leslie, Men’s Colonial shoe

Leslie is the Fob shoe for court. It is an all black smooth leather shoe with 1-3/4″ stacked leather heel.  If you have been to court, we can coat your heels in a bright red as was the way to show that you have been received by the King. This is the same pattern as the ladies’ Debbie, but in men’s sizes. Good with a buckle or large early century bow.  Full and half sizes 8-13 widths D & EE

##### Martha in Bone

The Martha is an elegant Bone color leather shoe, ready for the Colonial Governor’s Ball or for everyday use by a style-conscious lady.

##### Mules (slippers) 18th and 19th Century

The Mule is a simple, comfy and beautiful footwear that comes down thru the ages .  Easy to slip on and with a leather sole so it can go from the bedroom to outside. It has a moderate heel and decorative trim across the arch.

The leather backed tapestry fabric will change from time to time as fabric gets used up, but we always pick a new fabric with heirloom design in mind.  Full and half sizes 5- 11 width is a wide C.

##### Revere Boot, turn down cuff

The Revere boot is built upon a squarish antique last.  It has a rounded shank that fits a stirrup well.  The shank is held in place by pegs but the rest of the sole is lock-stitched.  The Revere boot has a steam-molded front piece and a full calfskin lining.  The exterior is polished black calfskin.

The boot is almost a straight last but indeed it is a left/right.  This will make it more comfortable for walking.  Please mark somewhere inside which is for the right foot.  My husband had not done this and about mid-day he wondered why his feet didn’t feel right.  Sure enough, he had put them on the wrong way.  After that all was good.  So we suggest that you mark the inside for each foot.

not rated \$344.75