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Badge. Scottish. 1st or the Royal Scots Regiment, Victorian Officer’s shako plate 1869-1878. A fi

Badge. Scottish. 1st or the Royal Scots Regiment, Victorian Officer’s shako plate 1869-1878. A fi

Badge. Scottish. 1st Foot or the Royal Scots Regiment of Foot Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circ

Badge. Scottish. 1st Foot or the Royal Scots Regiment of Foot Victorian OR’s glengarry badge circ

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old Photograph Pipers Of The Royal Scots Regiment Glasgow Scotland

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old Photograph Pipers Of The Royal Scots Regiment Glasgow Scotland

Vintage Royal Scots Regiment Glengarry Badge (120801-267-6 / 12-11714-RC/EB) On www.rhodonscollectables.co.uk

Vintage Royal Scots Regiment Glengarry Badge (120801-267-6 / 12-11714-RC/EB) On www.rhodonscollectables.co.uk

Nice example of this Royal Scots Regiment Cap Badge. Bi-metal badge complete with cloth backing and fixing lugs / pin to reverse

Nice example of this Royal Scots Regiment Cap Badge. Bi-metal badge complete with cloth backing and fixing lugs / pin to reverse

THE QUINTINSHILL (GRETNA) TRAIN CRASH - Royal Scots Regiment

THE QUINTINSHILL (GRETNA) TRAIN CRASH - Royal Scots Regiment

Troops of the Royal Scots Regiment demonstrate their Grantapault in Belfast, Northern Ireland in July 1970. It is a huge catapult named after its inventor, regimental Sergeant Major Alex Grant, unseen. It is used to fire CS gas over the heads of advancing rioters into a head wind. Rioters are then (in theory) caught between the gas behind them and the advancing troops at their front. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)

Troops of the Royal Scots Regiment demonstrate their Grantapault in Belfast, Northern Ireland in July 1970. It is a huge catapult named after its inventor, regimental Sergeant Major Alex Grant, unseen. It is used to fire CS gas over the heads of advancing rioters into a head wind. Rioters are then (in theory) caught between the gas behind them and the advancing troops at their front. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)

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