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Bagpipe chanter with detachable foot joint for the Union bagpipe
000-000-579-908-C
Bagpipe chanter with detachable foot joint for the Union bagpipe

Scottish, c. 1800
© National Museums Scotland



Bagpipe chanter with detachable foot joint for the Union bagpipe
000-000-579-909-C
Bagpipe chanter with detachable foot joint for the Union bagpipe

Scottish, c. 1800
© National Museums Scotland



Bassoon
000-100-002-327-C
Bassoon

© National Museums Scotland



Bellows for a set of Union or Pastoral bagpipes
000-000-579-676-C
Bellows for a set of Union or Pastoral bagpipes

probably owned by William Mackie, Aberdeen, early 19th century
© National Museums Scotland



Bottle
000-100-002-369-C
Bottle

From Aytoun Castle, Berwickshire
© National Museums Scotland



Box for housing a set of Union bagpipes
000-000-579-831-C
Box for housing a set of Union bagpipes

owned by William Mackie, Aberdeen, 19th century
© National Museums Scotland



Brass candlestick of the Incorporation of Glovers, Perth
000-100-001-304-C
Brass candlestick of the Incorporation of Glovers, Perth

© National Museums Scotland



Candleholder
000-100-102-264-C
Candleholder

from old City Weigh-house, Edinburgh
© National Museums Scotland



Candleholder
000-100-102-265-C
Candleholder

from Lady Fraser of Lovat's house, Blackfriars Wynd, Edinburgh
© National Museums Scotland



Candlestick
000-100-103-564-C
Candlestick

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Candlestick
000-100-103-565-C
Candlestick

© National Museums Scotland



Card case (1st side)
000-180-000-051-C
Card case (1st side)

made in China
© National Museums Scotland



Card case (1st side)
000-180-000-058-C
Card case (1st side)

made in Canton, China
© National Museums Scotland



Card case (2nd side)
000-180-000-052-C
Card case (2nd side)

made in China
© National Museums Scotland



Card case (2nd side)
000-180-000-059-C
Card case (2nd side)

made in Canton, China
© National Museums Scotland



Ceremonial halberd
000-100-000-785-C
Ceremonial halberd

Of the Flesher's Craft
© National Museums Scotland




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