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The Colours of the Regiment

Regular Battalions

Colours circa 1734-1751


Regimental Colour of the
Kingís Own Royal Regiment of Foot. Colonelís and Lieutenant Colonelís Colours presented by William Barrell, probably when he became Colonel in 1734. Carried at the Battle of Culloden. Passed eventually to the Stewards of Ballachulish and through the Stewart Society laid up in the Scottish United Services Museum, Edinburgh Castle, on 1st August 1931.
Accession Number: KO0332/08


King's Colour of the
Kingís Own Royal Regiment of Foot. Colonelís and Lieutenant Colonelís Colours presented by William Barrell, probably when he became Colonel in 1734. Carried at the Battle of Culloden. Passed eventually to the Stewards of Ballachulish and through the Stewart Society laid up in the Scottish United Services Museum, Edinburgh Castle, on 1st August 1931.
Accession Number: KO0323/09

 

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