First World War Cameron Highlander Tartan Belt with Cap Badges and other Regimental insignia.

First World War Cameron Highlander Tartan Belt with Cap Badges and other Regimental insignia.

All the items have been sewn on to the belt using leather bootlaces. The style would indicate the sewing having been done by a male.

I have listed below in groups, all the items, to the best of my knowledge.

Left to Right:


Royal Scots Fusiliers, Gordon Highlanders, Highland Light Infantry, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, The Royal Scots, Seaforth Highlanders, Kings Own Scottish Borderers, Cameron Highlanders, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), The Black Watch.

Cap Badges:

Royal Engineers, Army Veterinary Corps, Lincolnshire Regiment, The Kings Own, 13th London Regiment (Princess Louise’s Kensington Regiment, Middlesex Regiment, York and Lancaster Regiment, Army Service Corps, Canadian Army 75th Overseas Battalion (Mississauga), Australian Commonwealth Military Forces,  The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, The Royal Fusiliers, City of London Regiment, Northumberland Fusiliers, Canadian Engineers, The Lancashire Fusiliers, The West Riding Regiment, Forage Cap and Puggaree, The King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, Royal Army Medical Corps, Durham Light Infantry, Manchester Regiment, Lanarkshire Yeomanry, The Yorkshire Regiment Princess of Wales Own,

Collar Badges:

RAMC, Scottish, Australia, Tyneside, Duke of Wellingtons, 5 Welsh, G T, RF, RSF, KOSB, Seaforth, Yorkshire, S Lancashire.


New Zealand Forces, Lovat Scouts, Newfoundland, Canada. Victoria Mounted Rifles Australia Aut Bello Aut Pace.

This exceptional and unique item will be on sale at or feel free to contact us directly from here.

I have recently heard that this type of belt is known as a Hate Belt.



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