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Gordon Highlanders 1

Gordon Highlanders 1

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This mug depicts key events in its early history up to The Great War. Figures are as follows:

92nd Foot Netherlands 1799, 75th Foot India 1799, 92nd Foot Waterloo 1815, 92nd Foot India 1858, 92nd Foot Afghanistan 1879, 1st Battalion Egypt 1882, 1st Battalion Sudan 1884, 1st Battalion Dargai 1897, 2ns Battalion South Africa 1901, 1st Battalion France 1914.


Highland Light Infantry

Highland Light Infantry

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This mug illustrates the history of the HLI from its early days to the days just prior to the start of the Great War.

The figures are as follows:

73rd Foot America 1777, 71st Light Infantry Belgium 1815, 74th Foot South Africa 1851, 71st Foot Canada 1837, 71st Foot Crimea 1854, 71st Foot India 1863, HLI Egypt 1882, HLI South Africa 1899, HLI India 1906, HLI 1914.


Queens Own Cameron Highlanders 1

Queens Own Cameron Highlanders 1

£7.95

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A regiment with an illustrious history, but sadly long gone. The Cameron's merged with the Seaforth Highlanders in 1960 to form the Queen's Own Highlanders, who then merged with the Gordon Highlanders to form The Highlanders. And then a few years ago all of our fine Scottish infantry regiments merged again to form The Royal Regiment of Scotland. The only link today within the Royal Regiment of Scotland to the Cameron's is the distinctive Cameron of Erracht tartan still worn by the pipers of the 4th Bn Royal Regiment of Scotland. This is the first of two mugs we have done to depict this fine regiment.

Figures shown on the mug are as follows:

Netherlands 1799, Toulouse 1814, Waterloo 1815, Crimea 1854, India 1858, Egypt 1882, Sudan 1898, Aldershot 1899, South Africa 1900, India 1914.


Queens Own Cameron Highlanders 2

Queens Own Cameron Highlanders 2

£7.95

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A regiment with an illustrious history, but sadly long gone. The Cameron's merged with the Seaforth Highlanders in 1960 to form the Queen's Own Highlanders, who then merged with the Gordon Highlanders to form The Highlanders. And then a few years ago all of our fine Scottish infantry regiments merged again to form The Royal Regiment of Scotland. The only link today within the Royal Regiment of Scotland to the Cameron's is the distinctive Cameron of Erracht tartan still worn by the pipers of the 4th Bn Royal Regiment of Scotland. This is the second of two mugs we have done to depict this fine regiment.

Figures shown on the mug are as follows:

France 1917, India 1933, Dunkirk 1940, North Africa 1942, Kohima 1944, Normandy 1944, Balmoral 1955, Aden 1956, Dover 1957, Edinburgh 1960.


Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment)

Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment)

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This iconic regiment is depicted on this mug from its early days up to the days immediately prior to The Great War. Figures on the mug are as follows:

Scotland 1725, Scotland 1751, North America 1763, Belgium 1815, Crimea 1854, India 1857, Egypt 1882, India 1911, Scotland 1912, Scotland 1914.


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