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42nd Regiment of Foot, 3SCOTS, the Royal Black Watch. Proud soldiers with a proud history behind them.

Miniature of Lieutenant Colonel James Ferrier of 94th Foot Regiment (Scots Brigade)

"The happy man today is the man at the front. Royal Highlanders of Canada ... join the 73rd now." - Canadian WW1 Propaganda Posters

1st (the Royal) Regiment of Foot Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1844-55.

Captain John Clayton Cowell (1762–1819), 1st Battalion, 1st (or the Royal) Regiment of Foot, c.1796 by William Beechey, National Army Museum

Private E. Eastle of The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada at the grave of his brother, who was a member of The Royal Highland Light Infantry of Canada. Ossendrecht, Netherlands, 26 October 1944.

The 42nd Gordon Highlanders, Edinburgh Castle 1843-1847

Count Alexander Ivanovich Sollogoub (1788–1844) by Domenico Bossi (Italian, Venetian, 1765–1853). Miniature on ivory, 1810. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1972.145.7

[Officer of the 92nd Gordon Highlanders Reading to the Troops, Edinburgh Castle] 1846

1572-3_Queen Elizabeth I of England. Portrait miniature medallion Artist: Unknown. Zeelandic Museum

The Black Watch. The senior regiment in the Highlands Brigade, the Royal Highlanders served with distinction in some of the bloodiest conflicts of the Victorian era, including the Crimean War, the Indian Mutiny, the Urabi Pashi rebellion and the Second Boer War.

A wonderful early (Adamson) photograph of the 92nd Gordon Highlanders at Edinburgh Castle in 1845, shows a piper