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Seaforth Highlanders memorial plaque Dornoch Cathedral Colour photograph of the the engraved stone plaque in Dornoch Cathedral commemorating all ranks of t...
Pair of khaki puttees Pair of khaki puttees, probably pre World War 2 pattern given their length of 1600 mm with tape an a...
Relocation of war memorial Photograph of the war memorial being moved to its new location, February 26th 1992.
Dornoch Festival Week ~ Evening Activities Monochrome photograph, showing (l to r) Jerry Bishop and Chris Murray, relaxing in the Burghfield H...
Cameronians Officers Tunic Cameronians Officers Tunic with Captain badges of rank on the shoulder epaulettes, which belonged to...
Cameronians Officers Review Order Doublet Cameronians Officers Review Order Doublet with Captain badges of rank on the shoulder epaulettes, wh...
Cameronians Officers Chako Headdress Cameronians Officers Chako headdress, which belonged to Capt Rose. The chako has a black leather p...
Cameronians Officers Chako Hat-Box Cameronians Officers Chako hatbox, which belonged to Capt Rose. The tin hat-box originally painted...
Cross belt silver shield - Capt Rose Collection Cross belt silver shield bearing sterling silver markings. The slightly curved shield has a decorat...
Cameronians Cross Belt accoutrement Silver accountrement from the Cameronians uniform cross belt belonging to Capt Rose . The star sha...
Cameronians Cross Belt Badge The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) officers badges, surmounted by a King's crown, in silver plate fr...
Cameronians Web Sword Belt A web sword belt of the Cameronians which belonged to Capt Rose. The belt 910mm long and 49mm wid...

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Two 5th Seaforth soldiers at camp5th Seaforth Lance Corporal at campYoung soldier seated in front of bell tentGroup photograph of an officer and his platoonGroup photograph of officers, WOs and NCOsOfficers' Mess group photographJ McKenzie delivery lorryGroup photograph of cookhouse staffStudio portrait family groupStudio photograph - two brothers?