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From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Guards' Badge. This regimental brooch combines the symbols of the Grenadier Guards, the Coldstream Guards, the Welsh Guards, the Irish Guards, and the Scots Guards. The Queen wears it every year for the Trooping the Colour ceremony.

Pipe Major Alexander MacDonald of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1931 - 1945). He held the post of "Queen's Piper" from 1945 to 1966.

The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders: The Cameron Highlanders formed their own 2nd Bn in 1897. As the only single Bn regiment in the line infantry (it's a complicated story on how that happened back in 1881), the War Office in 1897 originally wanted to make the Camerons into a 3rd Bn of Scots Guards. Instead, through the influence of Donald Cameron of Lochiel, MP and chief of Clan Cameron, as well as the insistence of the Queen, the Cameron Highlanders survived to became a two Bn…

Horse Hair Sporran worn by the pipers of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. Both the body and tassels are mingled horse hair. The regiment says: "The late King George VI took a great interest in the Pipes and Drums, granted them the privilege of wearing the Royal Stuart tartan, and personally designed much of the uniform. The sporran is of grey horse hair reminiscent of the grey horses, with tassles of black and red hair similar to the jowl plumes which hung from the officers' bridles. "