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79th (Cameron's) Regt at Gibralter c1845 by R. R. McIan.  The 79th kilts at this time were  box-pleated from 4 yards of material.

79th (Cameron's) Regt at Gibralter c1845 by R. R. McIan. The 79th kilts at this time were box-pleated from 4 yards of material.

DonaldCameron of Lochiel, 26th Chief, inspecting the Passing-out Parade of the 15th intake of recruits at the Regimental Depot at Cameron Barracks in 1954.

DonaldCameron of Lochiel, 26th Chief, inspecting the Passing-out Parade of the 15th intake of recruits at the Regimental Depot at Cameron Barracks in 1954.

Crimean War - Camp of the 4th Dragoons, convivial party, French & English - by Roger Fenton, 1855

Crimean War - Camp of the 4th Dragoons, convivial party, French & English - by Roger Fenton, 1855

The survivors from the Charge of the Light Brigade :   13th Light Dragoons photographed n 1855 by Roger Fenton

The survivors from the Charge of the Light Brigade : 13th Light Dragoons photographed n 1855 by Roger Fenton

The 2nd Camerons Relieving the 2nd Scots Guards at St James's Palace, whilst Undertaking Public Duties in 1934

The 2nd Camerons Relieving the 2nd Scots Guards at St James's Palace, whilst Undertaking Public Duties in 1934

1st Battalion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders We believe this is All personnel of all the Cameron battalions were awarded the 'Royal Blue Hackle' as a result of 1st Camerons being inspected in the Field in France, December 5th 1939, by King George 6th.

1st Battalion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders We believe this is All personnel of all the Cameron battalions were awarded the 'Royal Blue Hackle' as a result of 1st Camerons being inspected in the Field in France, December 5th 1939, by King George 6th.

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The 79th Regiment recieving their new Colours from Queen Victoria, at Parkhurst on the Isle of Wright, April 17th 1873

The 79th Regiment recieving their new Colours from Queen Victoria, at Parkhurst on the Isle of Wright, April 17th 1873

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