Atholl Highlanders Regimental Silver Glengarry Badge - atholl highlander sterling silver glengarry badge
Atholl Highlanders Regimental Silver Glengarry Badge
Atholl Highlanders Regimental Silver Glengarry Badge

Atholl Highlanders Regimental Silver Glengarry Badge

Solid silver Atholl Highlanders silver glengarry badge.

The Atholl Highlanders is a Scottish ceremonial infantry regiment. The regiment is not part of the British Army but is in the private employ of the Duke of Atholl, and based in Blair Atholl

The regiment was originally raised in Perthshire by John Murray, 4th Duke of Atholl as the 77th Regiment of Foot (or Atholl Highlanders, or Murray’s Highlanders) in December 1777.

More than 50 years later, in 1839, George Murray, 6th Duke of Atholl, as Lord Glenlyon, resurrected the regiment as a bodyguard which he took to the Eglinton Tournament at Eglinton Castle, Ayrshire. Three years later, in 1842, the regiment escorted Queen Victoria during her tour of Perthshire and, in 1844, when the Queen stayed as a guest of the Duke at Blair Castle, the regiment mounted the guard for the entire duration of her stay. In recognition of the service that the regiment provided during her two visits, the Queen announced that she would present the Atholl Highlanders with colours, thus giving the regiment official status.

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Gordon Highlanders Regimental Plaid Brooch
Gordon Highlanders Regimental Plaid Brooch

Scottish Gordon Highlanders Officers – The Highlanders – Pipers Plaid Brooch

Gordon Highlanders officers – pipers plaid brooch.

Plated army issue pattern

Plated version approx 7 – 10 days

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Northumberland Fusiliers Glengarry Hackle
Northumberland Fusiliers Glengarry Hackle

Northumberland Fusiliers glengarry hackle

Traditional military regimental feather glengarry hackle made to order for pipe bands and regimental associations. 100% hand made in the UK as supplied to the regiments.

Total length from base of loop to tip of feather pressed flat approx 5 – 5 1/2″ / 12.5 – 13.5cm

Hand made from goose coquille feathers.

100% made in the UK

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Our regimental feather hackles and plumes are all made in the UK to Ministry of Defence standards. Perfect for your glengarry, Balmoral or Tam O Shanter. As supplied to the Highland regiments and British army and hand made using high quality feathers which comply with the rigorous Ministry of Defence requirements in the UK.

We can also offer bespoke regimental feather hackles. As supplied to pipe bands, re-enactors, film and theatre, why not email us with your requirements – Minimum quantity applies to special order pattern hackles.





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Black Silver Drum Major badge
Scottish Military Regimental Drum Major Insignia – Black & Silver – Last One

Scottish Military Regimental Drum Major Insignia – Black & Silver

Drum Major drum thistle wreath badge – Silver on black

This badge is typically worn on the Sleeve of a Army Uniform. As supplied to UK regiments and pipe bands around the world

Dimensions: Approx. 11cm x 11cm

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Scottish RCT Regimental Feather Bonnet Hackle
Scottish RCT Regimental Feather Bonnet Hackle

Scottish RCT Regimental Feather Bonnet Hackle

Traditional military style feather hackles made to order for pipe bands and associations. Various sizes and patterns feather bonnet hackles available. 100% hand made in the UK as supplied to the regiments.

Length of  central rod 12″ / 30cm

Overall length to tip of feather approx 13″ / 33cm

100% made in the UK

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Our regimental feather hackles and plumes are all made in the UK to Ministry of Defence standards. Perfect for your glengarry, Balmoral or Tam O Shanter. As supplied to the Highland regiments and British army and hand made using high quality feathers which comply with the rigorous Ministry of Defence requirements in the UK.

We can also offer bespoke regimental feather hackles. As supplied to pipe bands, re-enactors, film and theatre, why not email us with your requirements – Minimum quantity applies to special order pattern hackles.

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Scottish Saltire Bonnet Hackle
Scottish Saltire Feather Bonnet Hackle

Scottish feather bonnet hackle

Traditional military style feather hackles made to order for pipe bands and associations. Various sizes and patterns feather bonnet hackles available. 100% hand made in the UK as supplied to the regiments.

Length of  central rod 12″ / 30cm

Overall length to tip of feather approx 13″ / 33cm

100% made in the UK

Last one in stock

Our regimental feather hackles and plumes are all made in the UK to Ministry of Defence standards. Perfect for your glengarry, Balmoral or Tam O Shanter. As supplied to the Highland regiments and British army and hand made using high quality feathers which comply with the rigorous Ministry of Defence requirements in the UK.

We can also offer bespoke regimental feather hackles. As supplied to pipe bands, re-enactors, film and theatre, why not email us with your requirements – Minimum quantity applies to special order pattern hackles.

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42nd Black Watch 1860's Brass OR's Feather Bonnet Badge
42nd Black Watch 1860's Brass OR's Feather Bonnet Badge
Vintage 42nd Black Watch 1860’s Pattern Brass OR’s Feather Bonnet Badge

42nd Black Watch 1850’s – 1860’s pattern brass OR’s feather bonnet badge.

As worn during the Crimean war.

Used badge. Maybe original or a later copy but a great badge for any re enactor or display.

The 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot was a Scottish infantry regiment in the British Army also known as the Black Watch. Originally titled Crawford’s Highlanders or the Highland Regiment and numbered 43rd in the line, in 1748, on the disbanding of Oglethorpe’s Regiment of Foot, they were renumbered 42nd and in 1751 formally titled the 42nd (Highland) Regiment of Foot. The 42nd Regiment was one of the first three Highland Regiments to fight in North America.In 1881 the regiment was named The Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch), being officially redesignated The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) in 1931. In 2006 the Black Watch became part of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

We have offer a range of vintage, antique and collectible Scottish regimental glengarry badges, regimental officers kilt pins, plaid brooches, belt buckles and regimental sporran cantles. This range of ever changing stock make wonderful additions to any collection of Scottish military badges and insignia.

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Black Watch 42nd Highlanders Sgts KC Glengarry Badge
Black Watch 42nd Highlanders Sgts KC Glengarry Badge
Vintage Black Watch 42nd Highlanders Sgts KC Glengarry Badge

Black Watch 42nd Highlanders Sgts KC Glengarry Badge

This is an interesting WW1 period badge. It was owned by a Sgt in the Black Watch and he had this version constructed by a local jeweller from three of his old service badges. Defines the history of his service WW1 – 1902 – 1926 period with King’s crown. White metal and brass glengarry badge with two back lugs.

The 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot was a Scottish infantry regiment in the British Army also known as the Black Watch. Originally titled Crawford’s Highlanders or the Highland Regiment and numbered 43rd in the line, in 1748, on the disbanding of Oglethorpe’s Regiment of Foot, they were renumbered 42nd and in 1751 formally titled the 42nd (Highland) Regiment of Foot. The 42nd Regiment was one of the first three Highland Regiments to fight in North America.In 1881 the regiment was named The Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch), being officially redesignated The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) in 1931. In 2006 the Black Watch became part of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

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