Other Ranks in Full Dress, 1910


The head-dress is the Kilmarnock bonnet which replaced the blue cloth covered helmet in 1904. It has a black-cock feather and a red toorie in the middle of the top. It was worn up until the First World War. The scarlet doublet, worn since 1881 has blue facings, the collar having a brass thistle badge. The cuffs are edged in white piping and have three brass buttons. The lowland regiment trews are of Hunting Stewart tartan. The sergeant and private wear South African War medals.


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by Stephen Luscombe