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post #31 of 35
Globetrotter, not that I am aware of, but I am not an expert. Frequently "disbanded" regiments have their colours and traditions carried on by another regiment, as the British and Commonwealth Armies tend to amalgamate, not disband. This means that a very similar tie may be currently in existence, and that this one could still be remembered by those who continue this tradition. Interestingly I was in Clarke & Dawe in Belfast yesterday and noted that of their new tie selection many were of the regimental type, including some I think I recognise. I am glad this is a high end shop, with respectable clients, as the thought of some guttersnipe from Belfast swanning around in a Hussars tie is frightening me, and could create some social confusion.
post #32 of 35
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I wonder how many fanboys will have served in the Fleet Air Arm?
post #33 of 35
Considering the large amount of different regimental stripe designs , I wonder if it is ever safe to wear one. I am not too much interested in the (British) military traditions and certainly don't know all the designs out there (OK I basically don't know any of them). So should I stay clear from any strip design (even the standard BB designs)?
post #34 of 35
6 Year bump? You deserve a regimental tie just for the valiant effort.
post #35 of 35
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6 Year bump? You deserve a regimental tie just for the valiant effort.

One tries.
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