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Old 27-12-19, 01:38 PM
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A fine set of badges for a second line Territorial Bn, 2/4th Royal Highlanders Sept 1915. I would be interested in purchasing a dirk belt buckle as shown.
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Old 27-12-19, 02:08 PM
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Ron,

As you say quite an array of badges.

1. Glengarry - RH badge
2. Cross Belt - another RH badge, probably on screw posts. Also a St Andrew and Cross within a wreath badge similar to the Camerons? also probably with screw posts.
3. Dirk Belt with a rectangular plate and a round overlay that I cannot make out. What is the badge?

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Old 27-12-19, 03:57 PM
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hello gents,

maybe the Arms of the City of Dundee in white metal ?

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The dirk belt plate is rounder and seems to have a saltire within.

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Old 27-12-19, 08:46 PM
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More modern, but is it this one?

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Old 28-12-19, 12:24 PM
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Phil.
That image shows St. Andrews head above the wreath as per baldric badge.
Here is 2nd Bn example from India 1906, St. Andrew and saltire within a closed thistle wreath.
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Old 28-12-19, 10:31 PM
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OK, got you Ron. Hope you find one mate, looks interesting.

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