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Old 22-04-21, 08:16 PM
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Default Unknown gold anodised thistle

Gents, I'm fairly sure I put this up for comments a year or two ago with no result.

A gold anodised alluminum thistle. Its riveted to an alloy disc with a wire through it, presumably for attaching it to something.

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Old 22-04-21, 09:00 PM
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Possibly the Highland Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland?

I have this example in gold anodised.

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Old 23-04-21, 09:03 AM
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Hi Tim, I believe your badge is the same thistle device as seen on the old Scots guards anodised shoulder titles - albeit with different lugs.

Mine is larger than that 'thistle' and is a different design. The attachment on the rear is really peculiar.

I did wonder if it was Canadian?
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