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WD Stamps


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Hello,

I have a Seaforth Highlanders kilt. There is no label inside, but the WD stamp is still visable. It shows the ussual W arrow D. Below the arrow is the letter 'E' and above the arrow is the number '2'.

I understand that items from WW2 have the letter above the Arrow and the number below, is this correct? Can anyone tell me anything about the markings on my kilt?

Many thanks,

Stewart

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Correct that the numbers are normally at the top, but this is not absolutely definitive - note Joe's point (in the link) about late stampings. I once owned a gaberdine soft cap dated 1918 with the letter (T) above. I haven't seen another example though and assume this is rare.

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Hello and thanks both for the replies and the link. All very interesting stuff.

regards,

Stewart

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