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  • Name of Tartan:
    Argyll (District)
  • Alternative Name: Argyll MacCorquodale
  • ITI Number: 2079
  • Category: District
  • Designer / Source: Unknown
  • Date: 1819
Argyll (District)
  • Notes: Confusing that Argyll is a surname and also the name of an old Scottish county - Argyllshire. W & S Smith (1850) records this pattern as Cawdor Campbell. Wilson records it as Argyll in 1819 (No. 230) and refers to an Argyll tartan in a letter of 1798. W. and A.K. Johnston (1906) calls it Argyll District tartan. Said to have been adopted by the MacCorquodales but another entry states that MacCorquadale has a different shade of blue in place of this green (see #283).
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