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79th's Farewell to Gibraltar/The Smith's a Gallant Fireman/Mrs. MacLeod of Raasay (on right) Scottish Tune Mairi Bhan Og (Fair Young Mary) Scottish Tune The Bride's Jig Scottish Tune The Scottish Soldier Scottish Tune

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Cunningham crest badge

Lord Lyon Certified Clan Cunningham Strap-and-Buckle Crest Badge reads:

"I certify that this is a true representation of a clan crest badge for the name of Cunningham
Elizabeth A. Roads Lyon Clerk"

In ancient times the crest was worn on the chief's helmet so that he could be recognized by his warriors in battle. Besides being placed on the wreath above the helmet on the coat of arms, in the case of the Earls of Glencairn, the unicorn is found within a strap-and-buckle crest badge upon which is inscribed our motto "Over Fork Over." Today, Clan Cunningham strap-and-buckle crest badges can be worn as a cap badge or on a kilt pin by clansmen and loyal supporters to show their loyalty to the clan. To get your official certified Lord Lyon King of Arms Clan Cunningham Crest Badge as carved on the 15th Earl of Glencairn, John Cunningham"s memorial in Edinburgh contact the Clan Cunningham Society. They are not available anywhere else.

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