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  • Name of Tartan:
    HMS Duncan (Military)
  • ITI Number: 10268
  • Category: Military
  • Designer / Source: Gillespie, John
  • Date: 19th Aug. 2010
HMS Duncan (Military)
  • Notes: Designed and manufactured at Johnstons of Elgin, the tartan was commissioned by the Royal Navy to commemorate the launch of the H.M.S. Duncan, the last type 45 destroyer to be build on the Clyde. The ship has been named after Admiral Duncan who was victorious at the Battle of Camperdown in October 1797. This date is also significant to Johnstons, who were founded in 1797 by Alexander Johnston at Newmill, Elgin. The tartan is based on the Duncan sett and incorporates navy blue, battleship grey, red and gold from the Duncan crest and purple from Scotland's national flower. Only to be worn with authorisation from H.M.S. Duncan. Right to weave reserved to Johnstons of Elgin or by authorisation.
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