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  • Name of Tartan:
    Wupper Pipes & Drums (Corporate)
  • Alternative Name: Wupper District Pipe Band of Solingen,
  • ITI Number: 6524
  • Category: German Corporate
  • Designer / Source: Bungartz, Frank
  • Date: 2003 Jul.
  • Slog: YBY:RKW
  • Colour Sequence: YBYBYBKBGBKWKR
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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Wupper Pipes & Drums (Corporate)
  • Notes: For the use of the Wupper District Pipe Band of Solingen, Germany. Blue is the colour of the River Wupper and is also included in Solingen's coat of arms. The five yellow stripes are for the five towers in the Solingen coat of arms and for the yellow stars in the EU flag. The red connects the Lion of The Duchy of Berg with the Scottish lion and stands for the blood shed in European wars. The two white stripes are for the crossed swords in the Solingen coat of arms and also represent the white dove of peace - Peace in Europe. The green is for the forest of the Duchy of Berg. The tartan can be worn by anyone provided that the Pipe Band keeps track of those using it. Woven sample.
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