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Old 19-08-18, 09:42 AM
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Default CAMERON HIGHLANDERS BUTTONS A/A K/C

Recently got these buttons, two differing styles, 5 of each, they are in mint condition and don't appear to have any service wear at all.

Slightly dubious because of the time frame that A/A KC where issued and two differing types.

Are these issued items or the type of items sold at museum souvenir shops.

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Two different regiments second ones are royal scots fusiliers. Issued
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Old 19-08-18, 11:03 AM
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Two different regiments second ones are royal scots fusiliers. Issued
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I agree with Bob, genuine issued items.

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I totally agree with the previous. ive got a few of these in my button spares.
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Perfect, Thanks Roger /Mike/Bob
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Cant give dates at the moment but the Cameron anodised buttons were also worn by the Liverpool Scottish.

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