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Regimental Tartans

Tartan Regiment
Atholl or Murray of Atholl Atholl Highlanders
Transvaal Scottish Regiment in South Africa
Pipe Bands of Trinity College, Glenalmond
4th S.A. Infantry (South African Scottish)
Scottish Horse, Pipers
Black Watch 42nd Black Watch Regiment (The Royal Highland Regiment)
Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) until 1901
Glasgow Highlanders (HLI)
The Gordon Highlanders (75th & 92nd Foot), prior to 1778
The 91st Argyllshire Highlanders
The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Breadalbane Fencibles 1793
New South Wales Scottish (Australia)
Royal New South Wales Regiment (Australia)
Dunedin Highland Rifle Volunteers (New Zealand)
Wellington Highlanders (New Zealand)
Auckland Highland Rifle Volunteers (New Zealand)
2nd Armoured Car Regiment (New Zealand Scottish)
Royal Durban Light Infantry (South Africa)
Black Watch (The Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada
Baluch Regiment Tartan Baluch Regiment Pakistan
Buccleuch Pipers of the King's Own Scottish Borderers TA
Campbell of Breadalbane Breadalbane Fencibles (1793).
Campbell of Cawdor Argyll Fencibles and 91st Regt. after 1886
Cameron of Erracht Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders (79th Cameron Highlanders)
The Pipe Band of Merchiston Castle School
Prince Alfred's Guard 1874 (South Africa)
Childers 1st Ghurka Rifles
Dalziel Royal Scots Grey pipers. (trews)
Davidson 48th Highlanders of Canada
Douglas Cameronians (Scottish Rifles 26th & 90th Foot) Witwatersrand Rifles, South West Africa
Natal Mounted Rifles (South Africa)
Erskine (Red/Green) Pipers of the Kings Own Scottish Borderers TA pre 1940
Erskine Hunting Royal Scots Fusiliers (21st Foot) from 1948 onwards
Forbes Liverpool Scottish Territorials
Fraser Hunting Lovat Scouts
Gordon Gordon Highlanders Canterbury Scottish Rifle Volunteers 1900 (New Zealand)
Wanganui Highland Rifles(Volunteers), (New Zealand)
Cape Town Highlanders (South Africa)
Graham of Montrose First City Regiment, South Africa
Lamont 1846 by the 74th Highlanders
2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry
Leslie King's Own Scottish Borderers. (trews)
London Regiment The London Scottish TA
The Queen's Regiment
The City of London Fusiliers
London Irish
MacDonnell of Glengarry Glengarry Highlanders TA, Canada
MacKenzie Highland Light Infantry 71st & 74th Foot
Seaforth Highlanders 72nd & 78th Foot
South Australian Scottish Regiment (Australia)
Royal South Australia Regiment (Australia)
Kaffrarian Rifles (South Africa)
Royal Highland Fusiliers (trews)
Kimberley Scottish
MacKintosh Fife & Forfar Yoemanry
Rajput Rajput Regiment Tartan
Stewart of Fingask Pipers of the 48th Highlanders, Canada
Stewart Hunting Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) First of Foot. (trews)
The Pretoria Highlanders (South Africa)
Calcutta Scottish (India)
Bombay Volunteer Rifles (India)
Shanghai Volunteer Corps (China)
Loretto School, Cadet Force
Prince Charles Edward Stuart 72nd Regiment Seaforths (The Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders) as trews
Royal Company of Archers
Stewart, Royal Pipers of The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment)
Pipers of the King's Own Scottish Borderer's
Pipers of the Black Watch Regiment
Pipers of the Scots Guards
Pipers of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
Sutherland Princess Louise's Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Byron Regiment (Australia)
Hodden Grey The London Scottish Regiment TA
The Toronto Scottish, Canada
Saffron London Irish Pipers