It's Here!
The Buckaroo Bobbins Western Heritage Shirt pattern is finally here! Back in stock and available online in our Patterns section.

Change in Hours

Due to the Liberty Fall Festival and the congestion it brings to downtown Liberty,
James Country will be closed on Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29. The Liberty Chamber of Commerce will be putting vendor booths all over downtown, blocking the streets as well as access to most of the downtown merchants. We do apologize in advance for this inconvenience. If you need to reach us on either of those days, feel free to contact us on our cell phones: Del is 816-769-1448; Jean is 816-868-5868.

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COME LIVE THE HISTORY!

James Country Mercantile started life in 1985 as James Country Muzzleloading, right in the heart of the area which bred and nurtured Frank and Jesse James.

James Country Mercantile is now one of the largest sutleries in existence, offering a full line of historically accurate goods, custom sewing, research, consultation, and associated services.

Located just north of the Historic Square downtown:

111 N. Main St.
Liberty, MO 64068
816-781-9473

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LYMAN RECALLING CERTAIN BLACK POWDER RIFLES AND PISTOLS: Lyman has announced a voluntary recall of certain rifles and pistols manufactured between March 1, 2017 and December 22, 2017 with Serial Numbers from A595960 to A599026.
This recall includes Great Plains rifles, trade rifles, deerstalker rifles, Great Plains hunter rifles, Plains pistols, and black powder kits. If you have one of these pieces, do not load it! Contact Lyman Customer Service at 800-225-9626 or by e-mail at customerservice@lymanproducts.com. You will be given instructions on how to return the item to Lyman for repair and/or replacement.

MORE ON CONSTRUCTION: If you want to avoid the traffic congestion on 152/Kansas St., here are some ways around it:
From the West: Take 152 east into Liberty - which becomes Kansas Street.  Turn left from Kansas onto Gallatin - follow Gallatin until you intersect with Mississippi.  Turn right on Mississippi, and go up the hill to Main Street.  Turn right on Main and come down the block from us.
From the East and South:  Take 291 North into Liberty - turning at the Y from 291 onto Leonard Street, at the Pour Boy Gas Station.  Follow Leonard until you cross the tracks and intersect with Mill Street.  Continue across Mill, and the street is now Lightburne.  Follow Lightburne 3 block to Mississipipi.  Turn left on Mississippi and follow it west until you come to Main Street - one block after the stop sign.  Turn left on Main and come down to the block to us.  
From the North:  Take exit 20 from I-35, turning east onto Lightburne Street.  Cross the 69 Highway intersection by the new Shell Station, following Lightburne for about 2 miles.  Once you get into the city of Liberty, watch for Mississippi Street.  Turn right onto Mississippi and follow it west until you come to Main Street - one block after the stop sign.  Turn left on Main and come down the block to us.  

Parking continues to be in issue around the square, thanks to the city and their destruction of the square.  If you have to, circle the square a couple of times, as spaces do turn over.  There is a public parking lot one block west of us on Franklin Street; or you can park in the lot behind First Presbyterian Church if there is room.  We do apologize for the inconvenience the City continues to cause. 

-- Del and Jean






PATTERN OVERSTOCK SALE!!!
Effective immediately:
All Heidi Marsh and Harriet Engler patterns are 20% off regular price.

Limited to stock on hand -- no special orders. Get yours while supplies last.
Discount will be taken upon shipping.



JAMES COUNTRY FABRICS
website is being developed to offer
19th-Century and 1930s
Fabric Patterns through our new online
store in addition to our fine
selection of fabric located at this site.
Check it out at: jamescountryfabrics.com



Need some new duds cheap?
We have an overstock of good, gently used clothing -- men's shirts, civilian pants, civilian coats, ladies' bodices and skirts, etc. Take a look at our online clothing section for more photos or stop by the store to check them out.



Missouri State Guard Flags -- Limited Supply.
See sample at right!
Click here to purchase now!


Want a canteen like the one used in Revenant?
See photo in
Outlet Section!



Many New Specials
being added now in our
Outlet and Clothing Sections!




In the News ...
James Country Mercantile reproductions chosen for display

Jean Warren, proprietor of James Country Mercantile, has made several reproduction quilts, also referred to as "soldier comforts", deemed accurate enough for educational display. One quilt is on display at the Andersonville Prison Musuem. The quilt featured at left will be on display in the cabin at the James Farm Home and Museum.

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