I just visited the facebook page for the T°jhusmuseet, or Royal Danish Arsenal Museum. Here's a google translation of an October entry on their wall:
If you visit the T°jhusmuseet facebook page, you can see two photos of the respective uniform and accoutrements items ...When T°jhusmuseet new permanent exhibition opens next year, will include could see a series of showcases examples of the many exciting collections that exist in the museum's possession. These days, the exhibition designers started to make the first tests of how the collection showcases to look.
The showcase of American uniforms from 1858bliver probably one of the international feature patches to our showroom.
In 1858 acquired Mon complete uniforms from the United States respectively. an infantryman and a cavalryman, but without weapons. Uniforms of these types were in use during the Indian wars and the beginning of the American Civil War (1861-65). Complete uniforms are not conserved in the U.S. or elsewhere, so even the Americans have to travel to Copenhagen to see these unique conserved uniforms that have never been used. When you see the clothes up close, it is clear that it is as good as new!
Curator Karsten Skjold Petersen has written text or selected objects. Now the objects found from the magazine and is ready to be laid out in a test set. Collection showcases will consist of two showcases each of approx. six meters wide and three meters. The test apparatus consists of a "mock up" of the showcase, posted on the magazine floor.