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    Exclamation WTB Brown leather Regimental sporran

    Please PM if you have a brown leather regimental
    or style sporran. Like the one below. From a trusted source.

    Cheers

    Last edited by Billleigj3; 2nd July 17 at 03:55 PM.
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    They're often available on eBay, for example: http://www.ebay.com/itm/ROYAL-REGIME...YAAOSwNRdX3qDR
    Last edited by Bruce Scott; 2nd July 17 at 02:41 PM.

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    What regimental style are you looking for? Depending on the regiment, there are many variations. The basic common sporran is the plain RRS style that is abundant on eBay going from 20.00 to over a 100.00 depending on how greedy the seller is.

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    Like this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billleigj3 View Post
    Like this


    I'm not seeing anything.
    Last edited by Bruce Scott; 2nd July 17 at 06:39 PM.

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    https://www.landmhighland.ca/product...style-sporran/

    this is is the one that many Canadian highland units have. Plain but very functional. $CAD.

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    Here's one similar to the L&M version, only a lot less expensive. I bought one of these for my nephew and found it to be surprisingly good value for the money.

    http://onlinemilitaria.net/products/...Sporran/?bc=no
    Shaun Maxwell
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaunMaxwell View Post
    Here's one similar to the L&M version, only a lot less expensive. I bought one of these for my nephew and found it to be surprisingly good value for the money.

    http://onlinemilitaria.net/products/...Sporran/?bc=no
    I second this. This is my go to sporran for knocking about. Better than I had hoped for at a reasonable price.
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    I can't see an image either.

    As said above there are loads of the modern Royal Regiment Of Scotland sporrans on Ebay now. Some have the badge attached, some have the holes punched for the badge, some do not have the holes punched and would be perfect for civilian wear.

    As pointed out above, during the World Wars and for some time afterwards each Highland regiment had a different pattern.

    Black Watch: no tassels, fastens with stud



    Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders



    Seaforth Highlanders- hidden snap

    Last edited by OC Richard; 9th July 17 at 04:19 AM.
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    I got mine from www.whatpriceglory.com
    And im very happy with it, reasonable price and fast shipping, it's my go to brown sporran
    "The Scots have a transportable culture, you don't stop bein a Scot just because you live in America or Australia or anywhere else."

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