Royal Ecossais coat 1745
Justeacorps or coat of the Royal Ecossais, scot regiment in French service, as worn during the 1745 Jacobite rebellion up to the battle of Culloden Moor. Faithfully reconstructed from period primary sources and images, it was apparently modeled on the uniform of the French Guards, though a bit plainer. It is made of fine blue wool broadcloth, faced with red and fully lined with red twill serge, trimmed with white braid loops and pewter domed buttons with rim.
We proudly provide these uniforms to the recreated regiment based in southern France, whose members feature in the pics above. The sergeant version, with silver braid and finer wool cloth (drap de Berry) can also be made.
This coat is available in standard sizes, or made to measure.
standard size chart
small medium large xlarge EU sizes 46-48 50-52 54-56 58-60 UK sizes 36"-38" 40"-42" 44" 46"