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Uniform Oddities & Differences | Page 2 | Army ... - ARRSE

 · Pedant time again - actually the senior yeomanry regiment is the RWY, as they are first in the order of precedence, however at a founding date of 1584 I will defintely agree they're the oldest. And as another uniform odditity & difference the RWY wear a NZ silver fearn leaf on the left arm of mess dress, no. 1s & 2s to signify service with the ...

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Cap & Beret Badges - Cultman Collectables

East Surrey Regiment Beret Badge - King's ... East Surrey Regiment Beret Badge - King's Crown. ... A white metal glengarry badge for the Tyneside Scottish. This is the First World.. £50.00 More Info. Add to Cart. Gloucestershire Regiment Cap Badge ...

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P83 - Bosleys

TYNESIDE / 2 / SCOTTISH Kitchener's Army brass shoulder title. £55: P83/0006: TYNESIDE / 4 / SCOTTISH Kitchener's Army metal shoulder title. £95: P83/0007: TS Tyneside Scottish WW1 Kitchener's Army brass shoulder title. £75: P83/0008: 11th (Lonsdale) Bn Border Regiment 1914 London hallmarked silver cap badge. £600: P83/0009

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WW2 ERA BRITISH MILITARY CAP BADGE SCOTS GUARDS …

 · Scots Guards Beret Cap Badge British Military - Brass Base Metal. $8.66 ... WW1 Tyneside Scottish Regiment Cap Badge white metal Lugs ANTIQUE Original. $39.98 ... Original WW2 Queens Own Cameron Highlanders Regiment Scottish Cap Badge - AU68. $21.31

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Infantry - Badges of the World

The Royal Welsh Regiment Officers Bronze Beret Badge. £12.00 . The Staffordshire Regiment Anodised Aluminium cap Badge. £5.00 ... Tyneside Scottish 4th Pattern White Metal Cap Badge. £30.00 . Unusual West Riding Regiment Cast Bi Metal In Two Parts. £15.00 ...

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Cap & Beret Badges - Cultman Collectables

Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Beret... Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Beret Badge. A brass beret badge for the Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment.Made by J. R. G.. ... A white metal cap badge for the Tyneside Scottish.In good condition complete with lug.. £25.00 More Info. Add to Cart. Gloucestershire Regiment Chromed Cap Badge ...

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British Army Other Ranks' metal cap badges for sale (not ...

Genuine Other Ranks' metal beret badges or cap badges (not Staybrite) for sale.. We stock a range of genuine Army cap badges for sale. The cap badges in this section are the type worn by 'Other Ranks' (ORs), which is a British Army phrase meaning enlisted men and women, who are not Officers.

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Scottish Regiments - Electric Scotland

 · The 42nd Regiment paraded to celebrate the birth, of King George III. In fact, we know based on two letters discovered in 1967, stating that the 42nd Regiment had worn Red feathers twenty years earlier during the American War of Independence, (1775-1781). These letters are held in the Regimental archives at Balhousie Castle.

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WW2 Somerset Light Infantry Beret Badge British Army …

WW1 Tyneside Scottish Cap Badge British Army. £ 23.00 . Add to cart More. In Stock . Add to Compare. £ 14.00 . In Stock . ... 24th London Regiment The Queens Beret Badge. £ 14.00 . Add to cart More. In Stock . Add to Compare. £ 13.00 . In Stock . University of London OTC Collar Badge...

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Tyneside Scottish Glengarry Badge

Tyneside Scottish Glengarry Badge. A white metal glengarry badge for the Tyneside Scottish. This is the First World War pattern badge with the lion emerging from the tower. In good condition complete with the original stout brooch pin to the reverse. We take great pride in our stock and will always strive to bring you genuine items.

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The Tyneside Scottish bonnet badge | eBay

 · WW1 Tyneside Scottish Regiment Cap Badge White Metal 2 Lugs ANTIQUE Original. £29.99 + £11.99 P&P + £11.99 P&P + £11.99 P&P. Seller positive Seller positive Seller positive. ... The Scottish Yeomanry Officers Beret/Cap …

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UK Gift Shop Royal Welch Fusiliers

• London Regiment • London Scottish Regiment • Lothians and Borders Horse Yeomanry • Lowland Band of the Scottish Division • Loyal Regiment • Manchester Regiment • Master General of Ordnance • Mercian Regiment • Middlesex Regiment • Military Police 1937-46 • Military Provost Guard Service

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Home - The Royal Regiment of Scotland - Pinterest

Feb 7, 2017 - The Museum tells the story of The Royal Regiment of Scotland since its formation in 2006 and is located in Edinburgh Castle. Pinterest. Today. Explore. ... Army Beret Military Beret Military Cap Military Units Military Insignia Military History Military …

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Cap & Beret Badges - Cultman Collectables

East Surrey Regiment Beret Badge - King's Crown. A King's crown, bi-metal beret badge for the East Surrey Regiment.With sweat hol.. ... Tyneside Scottish Glengarry Badge Tyneside Scottish Glengarry Badge. A white metal glengarry badge for the Tyneside Scottish. This is the First World..

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Post-WWII Scottish Unit Headgear (UK and ... - War Relics

 · Parachute Regiment Beret Though this beret cannot be confirmed as being from 4th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, it is the same or similar to the beret worn by members of the unit. I have added this beret to highlight the existence of a Reserve Parachute Battalion in Scotland.

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Uniform Oddities & Differences | Page 3 | Army ... - ARRSE

 · 204 (Tyneside Scottish) Bty wear TOS with red hackle. They also have the longest honour title in the Royal Regiment. ... (From Arrsepedia: 158 managed to retain the khaki beret of their former regiment and the Minden Flash. For a while the regiment was regarded as a poor excuse for a transport unit but has flowered of late.

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WW1 Northumberland Fusiliers Regiment Cap Badge - …

The regiment wore a distinctively-coloured hackle or plume on the fusilier cap and later on the beret. The hackle was red over white, and was authorised in June 1829. This replaced the white feather plume the regiment had adopted following the Battle of St Lucia in 1778, supposedly having been taken from the headgear of the fallen French troops.

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royal regiment of fusiliers beret - truebeingsoflight.com

Reproduced in: Carman, W Y (1958). [40], Among the Service Battalions were the Tyneside Scottish (20th - 23rd Battalions) and the Tyneside Irish (24th - 27th Battalions), while the 17th (Service) Battalion was formed by staff of the North Eastern Railway, and was involved in railway construction.

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