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Article about: I thought i'd just add my two examples. First is a 1940 dated example of a Canadian made "Bonnet, tam-o’shanter": The owner's number (D83175) is a Black Watch number. I added the h

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    I thought i'd just add my two examples. First is a 1940 dated example of a Canadian made "Bonnet, tam-o’shanter":

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    The owner's number (D83175) is a Black Watch number. I added the hackle myself, it was originally worn in WWI by a soldier from the 13th Canadian Infantry Bn (Black Watch).

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    Second one is an undated British example from the Royal Scots. Badge backing is a piece of Hunting Stewart tartan.


    Rob
    Last edited by Battery Command Post; 10-11-2011 at 01:04 AM.

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    I thought i'd just add my two examples. First is a 1940 dated example of a Canadian made "Bonnet, tam-o’shanter":

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    The owner's number (D83175) is a Black Watch number. I added the hackle myself, it was originally worn in WWI by a soldier from the 13th Canadian Infantry Bn (Black Watch).

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Second one is an undated British example from the Royal Scots. Badge backing is a piece of Hunting Stewart tartan.


    Rob
    Thats Great Rob Thanks for that
    Regards
    René

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