I would argue that these are the best repros I've seen. Note the correct vamp. The only instance I know of where this feature is correctly made. The only issue I had was the heel was too tall and I had this reduced by my local cobbler. Correct leather, off-white wool lining, leather sole, pull tabs, buckles, and construction.
The vamps on current footwear and other repros are a simplification that reduces sewing time. Does the complex vamp make a better boot? Of course not. Could they have gone with the overlap sewn technique used today? Sure. The old style was more skill oriented and produced a more polished finished product, IMO.