United Kingdom
British “Scots Guards” enlisted man’s cap
Formed in 1642, the Scots Guards was originally intended by the king to be his personal royal guard. Later, in 1712, Queen Anne changed the name to the “Third Regiment of Foot Guards” and helped design the 16 badges that were used by the three battalions of the first 13 companies. Interestingly enough, the modern-day cap for the Scots Guards is one of the few that does NOT feature a chinstrap and side buttons.