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Colored engraving which is a reproduction of THE CLANS AND TARTANS OF SCOTLAND by R.R. McIan, originally introduced in 1845. It was published in London in 1988 by Bracken Books. WORLDWIDE SHIPPING WHE

Clans & Tartans of Scotland by McIan - FRASER - Lithograph -1988

Colored engraving which is a reproduction of THE CLANS AND TARTANS OF SCOTLAND by R.R. McIan, originally introduced in 1845. It was published in London in 1988 by Bracken Books. WORLDWIDE SHIPPING WHE

Unknown Charles Campbell of Lochlane, died 1751. Advocate National Gallery of Scotland

Charles Campbell of Lochlane, died Advocate. Son of a Scottish judge, Charles Campbell of Lochlane became and advocate in

St Kilda - Way of Life - Finlay McQueen and his daughter working in the fields in 1910

Scotland, St Kilda - Finlay McQueen and his daughter working in the fields in 1910 (before the evacuation of everyone in

Four boys with bagpipes attending the meeting of the Scottish Clans, held in London, 1933, photo by George Woodbine for the Daily Herald (via the National Media Museum UK/Daily Herald Archive)

Four boys with bagpipes attending the meeting of the Scottish Clans, held in London, photo by George Woodbine for the Daily Herald (via the National Media Museum UK/Daily Herald Archive)

Donald Cameron strikes a jaunty pose in 1868, the year of his death. Immortalized in the great six-part competition march named for him, Donald Cameron was the greatest piper of his generation, and one of the most influential piping figures of the 19th century.

Donald Cameron strikes a jaunty pose in the year of his death. Immortalized in the great six-part competition march named for him, Donald Cameron was the greatest piper of his generation, and one of the most influential piping figures of the century.

Detail of Duke of Windsor's green silk corduroy doublet, kilt and matching plaid

The Duke of Windsor's (the former King Edward VIII) green silk corduroy doublet, kilt and matching plaid (in Scotland the sash over the shoulder is called a plaid).

Antique portrait of historical figure, Robert Roy MacGregor (1671-1734).  Usually known simply as Rob Roy or alternately Red MacGregor, was a famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century, who is sometimes known as the Scottish Robin Hood.  Of course, there is so much more to his story.....

Antique portrait of historical figure, Robert Roy MacGregor Usually known simply as Rob Roy or alternately Red MacGregor, was a famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early century, who is sometimes known as the Scottish Robin Hood.

Scottish Girls, Margaret

Not Irish, but Scottish! Vintage Photograph : Young women about to compete in a dancing contest at the Banff Highland Gathering. Photograph by Hans Wild.

Talk to Edinburgh University - Celtic and Scottish Studies  -  Ethnographic Postcards

JRRE Postcard - Highland Chief in XVII Century Costume. Cantle looks appropriate for the era represented but the bag looks much too modern.

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