Baron Boutique are based in Nepal, and have been selling a wide variety of garments since 1998, of which their replica film and tv costumes are only a part.
Price as of May 2013 - $479
Obviously this is a coat that I have become very familiar with over the past few months, so I do know my way around it a bit better than most. So I apologise now if I’m a little bit more critical than usual.
The screen-worn coat is made form a Harris Tweed, so is much, much heavier and has a coarse weave. So to use a standard wool will not give the fell and drape of the original.
That said, they have cut the coat in such a way that it drapes and flares reasonably well, though not in the same was a heavier tweed would.
The roll-line of the lapels is a fraction too high, so the ratio of lapel to level of the waistline is too top-heavy.
The size and position of the buttons holes aren’t too bad, though the lower six should have a keyhole.
The pockets are a little off, with the flaps being too square. The lower pockets are definitely too small.
Although this is not a coat with a practical double-breasted front, it should feel and look as though it might actually work.
As a frock coat it has been cut to an American style, which has the waistline seam running all the way around the coat, whereas it should stop at the placement of the back buttons.
All in all this is the better of the options for understand what a frock coat is, though some of the pattern cutting lets it down.
The feel of the coat is of a lightweight blazer jacket, but knee length.
The main failing is the choice of fabric, which is totally wrong.