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  • Name of Tartan:
    MacRae of Ardentoul - 1820 #1
  • ITI Number: 1178
  • Category: Portrait/Artefact
  • Designer / Source: Unknown
  • Date: pre 1830
  • Slog: RKR:RAB
  • Colour Sequence: RKRKRKRGKWBYBAR
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MacRae of Ardentoul - 1820 #1
  • Notes: Tartan jacket of Colonel Sir John MacRae of Ardentoul c1820-30. The late Margaret MacDougall of Inverness Museum wrote that the jacket was lent to the Museum by Mrs Campbell Pennie of Edinburgh where it was preserved in the family along with other relics of Sir John's. It was of hard spun tartan and had the appearance of having been woven by Wilsons of Bannockburn.
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