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Mervyn Mitton

Scots Guards Dirk

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Anything to do with the Househould Brigade is a sought after collectable - and this Dirk for the Scots Guards will

certainly have a following. I presume it is worn by the Pipers and it is a Department of Defense issue with the date

1983 stamped on the blade. The workmanship is of a good standard - with wooden grip and the inset pins - this

of course reflects the State Occasions it would be worn-on.

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This shows the trousseau of knife and fork which are traditionally set into the scabbard of dirks.

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Thankyou for your comments - and you are very welcome to GMIC. Are you serving in Germany ? Should you be

able to tell us any more about the Dirk - who exactly wore-it - were there certain ceremonies that it would be worn ?

We are always interested in the history of items and sometimes it takes a serving - or retired - person to tell us. Mervyn

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Hello, many thanks! This is a scots guard regimental pipers dirk, still in service! Price, new 600 GBP

I´m scottish military collector & bagpiper :-)

all the best

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