Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Where do I send the order?
2. Do you have an order form?
3. Do you have a printed catalog?
4. To whom do I make the check payable?
5. Do you take credit cards or PayPal?
6. Do you take purchase orders?
7. What is the price of ………….?
8. What is shipping on this order?
9. Do you have or is this item correct for the Seven Years War, War of 1812, Civil War, World War I or II, Romulan-Klingon War, …..?
10. We are a non-profit theatre group. May we borrow your uniforms or accoutrements for a few weeks?
11. Do you make clothing, uniforms, or have patterns?
12. Can you please send me a swatch of ........?
13. I have a school project due tomorrow. Can you please tell me everything you know about the American Revolution?
14. What events will you have your shop at in 2017?
15. I am looking for something not listed on your website. Do you have it?

1. Where do I send the order?
Roy Najecki, 1203 Reynolds Rd, Chepachet RI 02814-2400

2. Do you have an order form?
Yes. At the top of most of the website pages is a .PDF icon which will print most if not all the items on that page. If you can't open the PDF page it is likely you have an old version of the free PDF reader from Adobe.com. Someday we hope to set up a shopping cart system and form on the website. We will set it up so it prompts you to provide all the information I need to fill your order. For example, lots of people order a neckstock but don't mention their neck size and I'll get that fixed with a shopping cart system.

3. Do you have a printed catalog?
No. Years ago we had a printed catalog, but our list of products, availability, and prices change so often that a paper catalog would be obsolete within days.

4. To whom do I make the check payable?
Roy Najecki, 1203 Reynolds Rd, Chepachet RI 02814-2400

5. Do you take credit cards or PayPal?
Credit or Debit cards are accepted through PayPal for customers in the USA and worldwide. For orders placed over the phone or by mail, credit and debit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover) can be used for customers in the fifty United States. See the Ordering Information website page for details. We do accept personal checks and money orders payable in US dollars, but they must be drawn on a bank with a US address or branch, which is usually printed right on the check.

6. Do you take purchase orders?
Yes, for institutions like parks, museums, etc...

7. What is the price of ………….?
Prices are stated with every item on the website. About once a week someone sees my website, sees my email address right above the notice to check this FAQ page or the ordering info page before writing me, but they still email me with the photo of the item from the website with a request of what is the price. Sometimes they include the text that has the price! As Bill Engvall says, "Here's your sign."

8. What is shipping on this order?
Shipping charges on orders to US address are (please see Shipping Chart)

9. Do you have or is this item correct for the Seven Years War, War of 1812, Civil War, World War I or II, Romulan-Klingon War, …..?
I don’t know. I am a student and reenactor of the American Revolutionary War, and the items I offer are suitable for that period. That is why the home page reads "American Revolutionary War Reproductions". What I have may be authentic for other periods, but I’m not the person to ask. Yes, years ago someone asked me about Romulan-Klingon War equipment. Hey, I watched Star Trek, but not THAT much.

10. We are a non-profit theatre group. May we borrow your uniforms or accoutrements for a few weeks?
You have got to be kidding. NO.

11. Do you make clothing, uniforms, or have patterns?
No, but the best source of correct 18th clothing is Henry Cooke of Randolph Mass. Like modern-day custom-made suits, Henry's clothing is not inexpensive, but it is correct. He also has coat and waistcoat patterns. If authenticity is not a primary concern, but you want something styled like a period garment other sutlers can satisfy your requirements.

12. Can you please send me a swatch of ........?
For swatches please send us a SASE (Self Addressed Stamped Envelope) with your request of specific fabrics, tapes, lace, ribbons, webbing, desired.
Note: a maximum of two wool swatches or three linen swatches with a No. 10 business size envelope. One wool swatch or two linen swatches with a No.6 3/4 small envelope. I can only provide swatches for the what I have in stock. Unbelieveable as this may sound, some people ask for swatches for something I don't have. Like duhh? It is as though they come up to me and ask, "I see on your website you don't have any gosling green kersey with pink polka dots, but can you send me a swatch of it?" Sure, I'll conjure it up out of thin air. Swatches from what I have in stock are free (limit of 4), and without a SASE, with any order. Additional swatches with an order are $1 each.

13. I have a school project due tomorrow. Can you please tell me everything you know about the American Revolution?
NO. (This is not a joke, I have been asked this a few times.)

14. What events will you have your shop at in 2017?
February 18-19: Sturbridge MA reenactor fair
April 27-30: Fort Frederick Market Fair, Big Pool MD
May 6-7: Nathaniel Green Homestead, Coventry RI
May 20-21: Spencer-Pierce-Little Farm, Newbury MA
June 24-25: Battle of Short Hills, Union County NJ
July 8-9: Hubbardton, VT (tentative)
September 9-10: Brown's Raid, Fort Ticonderoga, NY
September 16-17: Battle of Brandywine at Sandy Hollow, Birmingham Township PA
October 21: Chase Farm, Lincoln RI (tentative)
September 29 - October 1: Fort No 4, Charlestown NH (tentative)


15. I am looking for something not listed on your website. Do you have it?
Not likely. Just about everything I have for sale is on the website. I have made a few 1812 buttons for friends, but other than that, if you don't see it listed I don't have it.

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because most of the questions I get are answered on those pages)

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