C044281 BRITISH KOREAN WAR ERA CAMERON HIGHLANDER REGIMENT GLENGARRY.

BACKGROUND: The Glengarry’s origins may be traced to Alasdair MacDonell (1771-1828) of Glengarry, Scotland, and was adopted by the British Infantry in 1868, and the Canadian militia in the 1870s. It was worn on dress occasions, by traditionally Scottish Infantry Regiments, during both world wars.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: This black woven wool "wedge" cap has a red wool Touri (pom-pom) to its crown, black rayon edging along its base, and long, dual black rayon ribbons, with swallow-tail cut ends, extend from its reverse. Cameron Highlanders badge to the left side. War department marked and date for 1954. Size marked "6 7/8". Sewing repair to top inside liner. Nice worn and used example showing the expected age and wear.

GRADE ****                             PRICE $72.00

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