United Kingdom
British “The Royal Scots” glengarry
I don’t know what it is with glengarries, but moths seem to LOVE them. This one is no exception, though less “ventilated” than most. Oddly enough, some of the dyes used to color the diced pattern—different from regiment to regiment—don’t always appeal to the beasties. As a result, you’ll see lots of caps where only one of the colors has been eaten away! At any rate, this cap is from the mid-fifties and sports the badge of the Royal Scots. There is usually a hackle of blackcock feathers behind the badge, but this, alas, is missing. For more information about British glengarries and other caps, click here.