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Old 12-03-23, 12:03 PM
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I do not think that your gold and silver coloured version shown in post 1 is an issued badge. So likely made as a commemorative or collectors item.

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Thanks for the response Tim, much appreciated. Martin
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I once bought a bi metal LS glengarry badge from the Co author of a well known couple of books on military badges and one is shown in one of the Bloomer books books but they were never worn by the unit.

Last photo of letter from Liverpool Scottish Museum might be helpful.

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