Museum Shop

Welcome to The Highlanders Museum (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection) Shop.

Our shop stocks a unique range of high quality regimental items including Glengarry’s, Queen’s Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons) cap badges, cuff links, brooches, books, clothing, crystal and our own Regimental Whisky are just some of the products available.

All orders will be despatched within 3 working days.

Browse at your leisure, in the comfort of your own home. If you can’t see what you want, please contact us and we will do our very best to help you.

Use the menu – shop, to begin shopping.  Payments can be made by PayPal or Credit card, or if you prefer, you can contact the shop on 0131 310 8701 and pay over the phone.

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  • Field Poppy Mug

    Field Poppy Mug

    Bone china mug with the field poppy image to commemorate The Great War.
    Dishwasher and microwave safe.
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  • Scotland Beanie Hat

    Scotland Beanie Hat

    Scotland Beanie Hat
    100% Acrylic
    £8.00

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  • Poppy Frame Purse

    Poppy Frame Purse

    Poppy Frame Purse

    H 8cm
    W 13cm
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  • Cuimhneachain St Valery

    Cuimhneachain St Valery

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  • Glen Spey 5cl

    Glen Spey 5cl

    Connoisseurs Choice Glen Spey 1995 5cl Single Malt Scotch Whisky
    ***Please note we cannot post alcohol abroad***
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  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc

    A fruity, dry Chilean white wine,with lime, grapefruit and gooseberry flavours.
    13% Vol. 75cl
    £8.70

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  • Merlot

    Merlot

    This soft, smooth and mellow red has ripe, plummy fruit and is easy drinking,

    13% Vol. 75cl
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  • Ardnish was Home

    Ardnish was Home

    Gallipoli, 1915. Donald Peter (DP) Gillies, a young Lovat Scout soldier, lies in a field hospital, blinded by the Turks.
    There he and his Queen Alexandra Corps nurse, Louise, fall in love. In the quiet hours he tells her of his home in the West Highlands of Scotland,of the beauty of its lochs and glens, and the struggle to save the old way of life. She in turn tells her own story of a harsh and unforgiving upbringing in the Welsh Valleys.
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  • We Fought For Ardnish

    We Fought For Ardnish

    Donald Angus Gillies enjoys an idyllic childhood on the remote peninsula of Ardnish, steeped in the history and traditions of the scottish Highlands.Like his father and grandfather before him he joins the Lovat Scouts, and shortly after the Second World War breaks out he is recruited by the Special Operations Executive.

    An expert in explosives and sabotage, Donald Angus is parachuted into the Alps to support the Resistance. There he meets a beautiful young French-Canadian SOE agent, Francoise, and Donald Angus quickly discovers that falling in love makes life of an SOE operative doubly dangerous.

    In the aftermath of a top secret mission fraught with risk, both must somehow find superhuman resources of strength and ingenuity to survive in a world torn apart by war......
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  • The Flowers of the Forest

    The Flowers of the Forest

    The Flowers of the Forest by Trevor Royal

    In this acclaimed book, Trevor Royal shows how the conflict of 1914 - 1918 changed Scotland irrevocably by exploring a wide range of themes - the overwhelming response to call for volunteers; the performance of Scottish military formations in 1915 and 1916; the militrarisation of the Scottish homeland; the resistance to war in the west of Scotland; the boom in the heavy industries and the strengthening of women's role in society following on from wartime employment.
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  • PADRE MAC

    PADRE MAC

    The Autobiography of Murdo Ewen Macdonald of Harris

    From a croft in the Hebridean island of Harris to the grim confines of a Nazi prisoner-of-war camp and the hallowed halls of Glasgow University, the life of Murdo Ewen MacDonald was one of extraordinary variety. Ordained as a Church of Scotland minister in 1939 Murdo Ewen went on to see service during the second World War. As a volunteer in the First Parachute Brigade he was sent to North Africa, when he was severely wounded and taken prisoner. Whilst incarcerated in the notorious Stalag Luft III camp, he supported countless prisoners through their POW experience and played a key part in the preparations of the men who took part in the audacious breakout which was later immortalized in the Hollywood blockbuster The Great Escape.
    After the war he served in various charges in Scotland before being appointed Professor of Practical Theology at Glasgow University, a post which he held until his retirement in 1984.
    In this much acclaimed book he looks back over his long and eventful life.
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  •  A TIME OF TYRANTS

    A TIME OF TYRANTS

    A TIME OF TYRANTS by Trevor Royle
    In this book acclaimed military historian Trevor Royle examines Scotland's role in the second world war from a wide range of perspectives.
    The country's geographical position gave it great strategic importance for importing war material and reinforcements, for conducting naval and aerial operations and for training regular and specialist forces. The role played by women was also essential to the war effort: for the first time they were conscripted and worked on the land, in forestry and in munitions factories.
    In addition to the importance military aspects - the exploits of the army's renowned 15th Scottish, 51st Highland and Lowland Divisions in Europe and North Africa and the role played by the RAF and the Royal Navy from Scottish bases - Scotland was also vital as an industrial powerhouse and acted as the nation's larder.
    Based on previously unseen archives in the National Records of Scotland, A Time of Tyrants is the first comprehensive history of the unique part played by Scotland and the Scots in the global war to defeat Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan.
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  • SUPREME SACRIFICE

    SUPREME SACRIFICE

    This is the story of seventy-two men from one village who fought and died in the Great War. They were awarded very few medals and their military careers were unremarkable - except in the important respect that they, like countless other civilians, answered their country's call in its time of need.
    this book traces the lives of these sons of Bridge of Weir, not just as soldiers, sailors and airmen, but as members of a small community which felt their loss intensely. At the same time it is also the story of the politicians and generals who planned the war, and how it played out over four horrific years. The brave men of Bridge of Weir knew little of the wider canvas - their experience was of the particular battles and other events in which they fought and died.
    Supreme Sacrifice entwines these two strands to create a unique and poignant picture of the First World War.
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  • ST VALERY THE IMPOSSIBLE ODDS

    ST VALERY THE IMPOSSIBLE ODDS

    ST VALERY THE IMPOSSIBLE ODDS Edited By Bill Innes
    The gallant rearguard action which led to the capture of the 51st Highland Division at St Valery-en-Caux (two weeks after the famous evacuation of the main British army from Dunkirk) may have burned itself into the consciousness of an older generation of Scots but has never been given the wider recognition it deserves. The introduction to this collection of first-hand accounts re-examines that fateful chain of events in 1940 and reassesses some of the myths that have grown up in the intervening years.
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  • When I Heard The Bell

    When I Heard The Bell

    On 31st December 1918, His Majesty's Yacht Iolaire sailed from Kyle of Lochalsh for Stornoway,bearing home to the Hebrides nearly 300 naval veterans of the Great War.
    She never made it. At two in the morning, she ran aground by the very mouth of Stornoway harbour, and over 200 men drowned in what remains Britain's biggest peacetime disaster at sea since the loss of the Titanic - devastating the Isle of Lewis and scarring a generation.
    Acclaimed journalist John MacLeod examines the events of that dreadful night and uncover a story not only of official incompetence, error and neglect but also of individual heroism and the resilience and faith of a remarkable people.
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  • The Invisible Cross

    The Invisible Cross

    'Padre McShane says the reason I was not given a Brigade was for being so outspoken at Loos. He said that if that were so, I wear the invisible cross of military glory.'
    Colonel Graham Chaplin, commander of 1st Cameronians, wrote to his wife from the trenches almost daily. These personal and loving letters give a rare insight into the mind of a serving officer, his concern for the progress of the war and his anxiety at the growing list of friends dead or wounded.
    Most of all, these letters reveal the truth of his fellow officers, and respected and trusted by his men, wasn't promoted out of the trenches until September 1917 - making him the Western Front's longest serving frontline infantry officer.
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