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    Bamboo swagger stick 19 inches long, hand engraved F. Evanson Black Watch 5.15.1915.
    Stick is marked with ink drawing of Black Watch badge, all around the length of the stick are the names of places he visited or was stationed at?
    Tillycoultry; Rosyth; Hanly; Alloa; Cambus; Stirling; Tullybody; Alva; Kennoway; Town Hill; Barnarty hill; Lochoelly; Marringh; Leven; Methill;
    Kinglassie; Kelty; Lassodie; Abedour; Catewrick; Richmond(Scotton Camp); Dunfirmline(Lothend Camp); Steelend; Milton; Darlington; and Crewe.


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    Glenalmond OTC pipers baldric badge, similar to B.W. pipers but only 2/3rd of the size and open thistle wreath.


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    ORs Victorian glengarry badge 1881-1902.
    Yet another variation of the ET spelling badge, compare to post no's 93,94,95.

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    Very hard to find titles only worn 1921-1939. Not quite an exact match as colour varies.

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    Forfarshire rifle volunteer buttons 1864-82.
    My officers silver plate on the left and a new find the ORs white metal version by C.J.Webb & Co. different patterns.

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    ORs glengarry badge 1933-52. A die variation of my badge no 215, looks very silvery but is only white metal.

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    Sporran badge die-struck in silver anodised aluminum post 1968. This example is voided above the ground which is unusual.
    Ref Churchill 1167.
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    Victorian plaid brooch, cast white metal brooch with applied silvered St. Andrew. A 95mm quoit with repeating pattern of thistles within a scalloped border, a heavy piece weighing 6ozs. Possibly a 3.V.B.R.Hs. pipers or bandsman, see picture of Sgt Piper Stewart below.


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    Beautiful Brooch, wouls love one of those . Thanks again Ron.

    Yours Aye
    Tam .
    War does not decide who is right , only who is left.

    Tam Drummond
    Former Musician in the 1st Bn The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment )

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    Victorian officers silver plated collars with copper lugs to the reverse. Compare with post no 384.

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