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Tartan coat from a Royal Company of Archers uniform, of hard twill weave wool with wooden buttons, silk fringing and linen lining: c. 1750 Museum of Scotland

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Tartan coat from a Royal Company of Archers uniform, of hard twill weave wool with wooden buttons, silk fringing and linen lining: c. 1750 Museum of Scotland

George Douglas, 16th Earl of Morton in the dress of the Royal Company of Archers at the turn of the 18th and 19th century, holding a longbow and a black-plumed white cockaded cap, in Holyrood Park, with Duddingston Loch and Edinburgh Castle beyond. (William Beechey)

George Douglas, 16th Earl of Morton in the dress of the Royal Company of Archers at the turn of the 18th and 19th century, holding a longbow and a black-plumed white cockaded cap, in Holyrood Park, with Duddingston Loch and Edinburgh Castle beyond. (William Beechey)

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this uniform belonged to Francis John Carruthers, J.P. (1868-1945), a man whose military career spanned his lifetime. He was Lieutenant-Colonel to the late Kings Own Scottish Borderers, which involved campaigns in Egypt in 1888 and in South Africa during 1900-02. He was also a Brigadier for the Royal Company of Archers, Queen's Bodyguard for Scotland in 1900 and Deputy Assistant Director at the War Office, 1915-19. He then went on to become Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel in 1917

this uniform belonged to Francis John Carruthers, J.P. (1868-1945), a man whose military career spanned his lifetime. He was Lieutenant-Colonel to the late Kings Own Scottish Borderers, which involved campaigns in Egypt in 1888 and in South Africa during 1900-02. He was also a Brigadier for the Royal Company of Archers, Queen's Bodyguard for Scotland in 1900 and Deputy Assistant Director at the War Office, 1915-19. He then went on to become Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel in 1917

The Royal Company of Archers escorting the Stone of Destiny to Edinburgh Castle in 1999

Stone of Scone going home after 700 years: from the archive, 4 July 1996

The Royal Company of Archers escorting the Stone of Destiny to Edinburgh Castle in 1999

Royal Company of Archers. One of the most prestigious groups in UK. Impossible to get into unless you inherit the honor.

Royal Company of Archers. One of the most prestigious groups in UK. Impossible to get into unless you inherit the honor.

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Will you spend the cold winter months in charming, royal company or would you rather sail the seven seas?

Which Once Upon A Time Man Should You Have A Holiday Fling With?

Will you spend the cold winter months in charming, royal company or would you rather sail the seven seas?

A BRITISH (SCOTTISH) EDWARDIAN UNIFORM OF THE KING’S BODY GUARD OF THE ROYAL COMPANY OF ARCHERS. Dark green wool tail coat with velvet cuffs, collar and facings embroidered in a gold bullion thistle motif, gold King‘s crown buttons. Displaying a pair of gold and green epaulettes with a Queen’s Body Guard unit designation, indicating that the uniform was worn during the transitional period between the two monarchs. Matching green wool trousers with gold braid stripes. Complete with gold…

A BRITISH (SCOTTISH) EDWARDIAN UNIFORM OF THE KING’S BODY GUARD OF THE ROYAL COMPANY OF ARCHERS. Dark green wool tail coat with velvet cuffs, collar and facings embroidered in a gold bullion thistle motif, gold King‘s crown buttons. Displaying a pair of gold and green epaulettes with a Queen’s Body Guard unit designation, indicating that the uniform was worn during the transitional period between the two monarchs. Matching green wool trousers with gold braid stripes. Complete with gold…

https://flic.kr/p/gmbVS3 | Queen Elizabeth and Company of Archers | DATE.Summer 1952 D:The Queen inspects Royal Company of Archers /original photo

https://flic.kr/p/gmbVS3 | Queen Elizabeth and Company of Archers | DATE.Summer 1952 D:The Queen inspects Royal Company of Archers /original photo

Will you spend the cold winter months in charming, royal company or would you rather sail the seven seas?

Which Once Upon A Time Man Should You Have A Holiday Fling With?

Will you spend the cold winter months in charming, royal company or would you rather sail the seven seas?

A guard of honour was mounted at the cathedral door by the Royal Company of Archers, the Queen's bodyguard for Scotland, while the band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland played in West Parliament Square

Royal family take part in ancient Knights of the Thistle service

A guard of honour was mounted at the cathedral door by the Royal Company of Archers, the Queen's bodyguard for Scotland, while the band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland played in West Parliament Square

David William Milne Home, Royal Company of Archers by Ludmilla Trapp

David William Milne Home, Royal Company of Archers by Ludmilla Trapp

Will you spend the cold winter months in charming, royal company or would you rather sail the seven seas?

Which Once Upon A Time Man Should You Have A Holiday Fling With?

Will you spend the cold winter months in charming, royal company or would you rather sail the seven seas?

A new portrait of Her Majesty has been commissioned by the Royal Company of Archers, The Queen's Bodyguard for Scotland, in celebration of her 90th birthday year!   HM is wearing the robes of The Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle in this full-length portrait, which was painted by artist Nicola Jane (Nicky) Philipps from a sitting with HM at Windsor Castle this past March.

A new portrait of Her Majesty has been commissioned by the Royal Company of Archers, The Queen's Bodyguard for Scotland, in celebration of her 90th birthday year! HM is wearing the robes of The Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle in this full-length portrait, which was painted by artist Nicola Jane (Nicky) Philipps from a sitting with HM at Windsor Castle this past March.