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6 Ayrshire Earl Of Carrick's Own Yeomanry Anodised Aluminium Staybrite Military Uniform 25mm Buttons

Ref: 11CM21

$ 30

Enhance your military uniform with this set of six Ayrshire Earl of Carrick's Own Yeomanry Anodised Aluminium Staybrite buttons, a testament to over two centuries of storied history. Crafted post-1953, each button is embossed with the regal crown of Queen Elizabeth II, adding a touch of royal elegance to your attire. Proudly marked by the esteemed Firmin London, five buttons bear this distinguished maker's mark, while one remains unmarked, preserving a unique piece of the collection.

These 25mm buttons showcase exceptional craftsmanship and durability, embodying the legacy of the Ayrshire Yeomanry. While maintaining their good condition, the buttons exhibit subtle marks from green paint on the reverse side, adding a touch of character. Elevate your military ensemble with these meticulously crafted Ayrshire Yeomanry buttons, a blend of tradition, quality, and regal sophistication.

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Ayrshire Yeomanry: Two Centuries of Resilient Service

6 Ayrshire Earl Of Carrick's Own Yeomanry Anodised Aluminium Staybrite Military Uniform 25mm Buttons

6 Ayrshire Earl Of Carrick's Own Yeomanry Anodised Aluminium Staybrite Military Uniform 25mm Buttons

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The Ayrshire (Earl of Carrick's Own) Yeomanry, established in the 1790s as an independent troop of Fencible Cavalry by The Earl of Cassillis, formally became The Ayrshire Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry in 1798. Tasked with defending Britain against a potential French invasion under Napoleon, the regiment played a crucial role in maintaining order and controlling riots across Ayrshire, notably in Paisley. Throughout its history, the Ayrshire Yeomanry evolved from traditional cavalry to an armored unit, participating in conflicts such as the Napoleonic Wars, the Boer War, and both World Wars.

Today, as an armored squadron within the Scottish and North Irish Yeomanry (SNIY), part of the British Army Reserve, the Ayrshire Yeomanry remains the Lowlands of Scotland's sole Royal Armoured Corps unit. With an unbroken legacy spanning over two centuries, the regiment's history is a testament to its adaptability, resilience, and unwavering commitment to serving both in times of conflict and in maintaining civil order at home.

The Regimental guidon
Image: The Regimental guidon, also known as the 'colors,' proudly displayed - the battle flag of the Royal Yeomanry, a distinguished regiment of the British Army Reserve.
Source: By Mr Benn - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

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