Black Watch 2nd Volunteer Battalion QVC Pattern Glengarry Badge – A nice example with some age – Possible a Fox & Company an early restrike – Came from a large military badge collection compiled in the 1970’s. Great for display as part of a collection or re enactors.
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.
Scottish Regimental Plaid Brooches, Kilt Buckles, Hackles and Insignia – We have a selected 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.
Since 1998 The House of Labhran has worked to offer a range of Scottish regimental glengarry badges, buckles, sporrans, sgian dubh’s and bagpipe insignia.
We supply a wide range of high quality Scottish Highland officers military kilt hose, Sterling silver regimental sgian dubhs, bespoke regimental sporrans, Scottish military issue hats and feather bonnet hackles and regimental sgian dubh’s.
Regimental insignia from 42nd Royal Highlanders Black Watch, 79th Cameron Highlanders, 78th Seaforth Highlanders, 91st and 93rd Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, HLI, KOSB, Royal Scots Glasgow Highlanders, Scots Guards, and 92nd Gordon Highlanders.