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1758 British Dirk (dagger) at the National Army Museum, London - This dirk belonged to an Ensign in a Highland Regiment (specifically the 42nd of Foot) who served during the Seven Years' War. Soldiers in the Highland Regiments had a distinctive set of weapons: a broadsword, a dirk, and a holster pistol. They also had a distinctive uniform, consisting of a shortened version of the red jacket along with the kilt, sporran and stockings from traditional Scottish dress.

1758 British Dirk (dagger) at the National Army Museum, London - This dirk belonged to an Ensign in a Highland Regiment (specifically the 42nd of Foot) who served during the Seven Years' War. Soldiers in the Highland Regiments had a distinctive set of weapons: a broadsword, a dirk, and a holster pistol. They also had a distinctive uniform, consisting of a shortened version of the red jacket along with the kilt, sporran and stockings from traditional Scottish dress.

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