There are two versions of the ‘Falkirk’ in Edward Green’s archive:
(I deliberately picked a picture of the new Falkirk in a two-coloured version to make the differences more apparent.)
The eyelets on the new one are set into a facing, which runs all the way back to the heel. The vamp seam (the curved seam where vamp and quarters are joined) has also a laid-on facing, about 1 cm. 3/8” wide and gimped (zigzagged) on both sides. That construction makes it the same as the Malvern III (but with a different counter and different perforations).
The old version has neither of the facings, the quarters are just perforated and the vamp seam is not covered. But in addition, it has the thistle-flower pattern which the new version does not have.
Here is the old Falkirk again, as shown on ‘centipede’s’ site.
I agree that the old Falkirk version is identical to the Braemar. I have a feeling, that old catalogue which you have posted is prior to John Hlustik taking over the company in 1982. My guess is, although I have no evidence, the Braemar was renamed the Fakirk (for whatever reason) and was updated at some point in the late 90s to become the new Falkirk. (Presumably at the same time when the basic pattern for all the Oxford designs was replaced with a ‘new’ version).
Once again, the History man comes thru. Thanks!