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The Clans and Hackle/feather colors - Page 2 - Bob Dunsire Bagpipe Forums

The Clans and Hackle/feather colors - Page 2 - Bob Dunsire Bagpipe Forums

Inquiring minds want to know... Confused Infographic: Haggis - Column Five Media

Inquiring minds want to know... Confused Infographic: Haggis - Column Five Media

19thC Scottish Highland Regimental Dirk for The 74th Highland Regiment of Foot | eBay

Details about 19thC. SCOTTISH HIGHLAND REGIMENTAL DIRK FOR THE 74th (HIGHLAND)REGIMENT OF FOOT

19thC Scottish Highland Regimental Dirk for The 74th Highland Regiment of Foot | eBay

Vintage Seaforth Highlanders Postcard.  The first battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders was raised in 1778 by the Earl of Seaforth The second battalion was raised in 1793. Both were united in 1881 under present title. The Feather Bonnet has a white hackle. The facings are buff. The Glengarry has rosette and red, white, and blue dicing. The tartan is Mackenzie. The Sporran is white with two black tails. The Hose Tops are red and white. The Gaiter Buttons are white.

Vintage Seaforth Highlanders Postcard. The first battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders was raised in 1778 by the Earl of Seaforth The second battalion was raised in 1793. Both were united in 1881 under present title. The Feather Bonnet has a white hackle. The facings are buff. The Glengarry has rosette and red, white, and blue dicing. The tartan is Mackenzie. The Sporran is white with two black tails. The Hose Tops are red and white. The Gaiter Buttons are white.

Clan Forbes, Scotland by R.R Mclan from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands | 1845

Clan Forbes, Scotland by R.R Mclan from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands | 1845

Scottish. Victorian Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders Officer’s sporran circa 1881

Scottish. Victorian Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders Officer’s sporran circa 1881

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