I specialize in the manufacturing of uniforms and accoutrement of the British soldier during the long reign of Queen Victoria as well as original and
replica items for the Martini Henry rifle. The articles I provide are broken down by the following campaigns:
• The Anglo-Zulu Campaign- 1879
• The Egyptian Campaign- 1882-1884
• The Soudan Campaign- 1884-1898
• The Second Anglo Boer War- 1899-1902
New wool serge pattern frock coming soon with matching trousers!
I have found outstanding khaki serge fabric for 2nd Boer War Frocks and Trousers. First pattern will be for City Imperial Volunteers and other
Yeomany Regiments. This is 100% wool and is like sandpaper. I will be offering several different shades of khaki, and hope for other colors down
NEW! Boer War Slouch Hat Badges
Boer War Khaki Drill Frock
Some outstanding videos of live firing of period rifles, etc.
I have acquired a number of replica metal work for several Highland Regiments. Click here for more info.
Click here for my price list.
The site is under constant update, so please check back, often.
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Click here for more info on Victorian Campaigns.
Many items will also do nicely for other campaigns and the various little wars in India and the Northwest Frontier.
Most items are for the “Other Ranks”, with a few items for Officer’s and are for Foreign Service.
I also have various bits and pieces too numerous to list. Glengarry badges, collar dogs, shoulder titles, button sticks, kit bag locks, buttons, etc.
Give me a shout if you don’t see something listed.
Custom orders are welcomed, e-mail me with your needs. Keep in mind that uniform items are made to measure and do take some time for
I am able to accept credit cards through PayPal.
International orders are welcomed.
One of a kind and original items are auctioned on eBay under the Seller’s ID: the_rqm.
“Quartermaster’s List” - a new online magazine devoted to the British Victorian military history buff.
A note about leather:
I have done my best to obtain a healthy supply of leather as historically accurate as possible. True buff leather is not available in the U.S. and is
expensive to import in any quantity. Most leather accoutrement are have a very similar texture as buff. In my sample photos you will see various
finishes of leather and I will note in item descriptions when polished or “finished” leather is used. I hope to use “buff” in most future items.
When possible all items will be stamped with appropriate
Board of Ordinance or War Department stamps!
Reprint of Regimental Manuals Available at:http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Regimental_Quartermaster
Site Updated 01/20/2017