Irish Warpipe

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Above, an old LP cover for the Co Tryone Pipers of New York.

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Above are the WWII pipers of the Irish regiment of Canada leading the battalion into Ravenna, Italy in 1944. Note the odd horsehair sporrans.

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Painting of WWI piper of the Irish Guards. The caubeen has been much reduced in size and redesigned (thank God)since those days.

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Above a WWII piper of the Liverpool Irish. Below a cap badge of the Liverpool Irish.

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Irish Brigade piper WWII

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Above and below, an excellent set of pipes owned by California Warpiper John Ficken

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Above, the London Irish early 1950's.

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The artist for the above advert may not have intended for it to be an Irish Warpipe, but its the same thing. I bet they can make bag covers for two droned sets.

A link to Bagpipecovers.com

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Above, a route march in Ireland.

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Above and below, On the day WWII was declared the Pipes and Drums of the London Irish show the world they are ready to go.

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