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Ashet (detail)
Ashet (detail)
made in Glasgow

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000-190-002-185-C
Ashet (detail)
Ashet (detail)
probably made in Glasgow

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000-190-002-187-C
Ashet (detail)
Ashet (detail)
made in Glasgow

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000-190-002-188-C
Baby robe, made in Ayrshire
Baby robe, made in Ayrshire

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000-100-083-191-C
Back view of a chanter of a Stock-and-Horn
Back view of a chanter of a Stock-and-Horn
acquired by Robert Burns, 1794

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000-000-579-764-C
Badge & whistle, of Special Constable
Badge & whistle, of Special Constable

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000-100-001-424-C
Badge (back), used as pass for railway director
Badge (back), used as pass for railway director

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000-190-000-253-C
Bagpipe chanter
Bagpipe chanter
by Thomas Glen, Edinburgh, probably early 19th century

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000-000-579-699-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Highland pipes
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Highland pipes
by Duncan Fraser, Greenock, early 19th century

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000-000-579-955-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Highland pipes or 'Lovat Reel Pipes'
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Highland pipes or 'Lovat Reel Pipes'
Scottish, 19th century

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000-000-579-975-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes
Edinburgh or Glasgow, 18th century

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000-000-579-885-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
by William Gunn, George Square, Glasgow, c. 1840

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000-000-579-999-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
Scottish, late 19th century

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000-000-580-000-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
by William Gunn, George Square, Glasgow, c. 1850

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000-000-580-001-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Union or Pastoral bagpipes
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Union or Pastoral bagpipes
probably owned by William Mackie, Aberdeen, early 19th century

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000-000-579-672-C
Bagpipe chanter for the Irish war pipes or 'Brian Boru' bagpipe
Bagpipe chanter for the Irish war pipes or 'Brian Boru' bagpipe
by R.M. O'Mealy, Belfast, early 20th century

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000-000-579-648-C

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