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Regulator for providing a chord accompaniment for a set of bagpipes
Regulator for providing a chord accompaniment for a set of bagpipes
possibly by Hugh Robertson, Edinburgh, late 18th century

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000-000-579-899-C
Regulator for providing a chord accompaniment for a set of bagpipes
Regulator for providing a chord accompaniment for a set of bagpipes
possibly by Hugh Robertson, Edinburgh, late 18th century

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000-000-579-900-C
Set of Highland bagpipes or Lovat Reel Pipes
Set of Highland bagpipes or Lovat Reel Pipes
probably by Alexander Glen, Edinburgh, circa 1850

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000-000-579-682-C
Set of Highland bagpipes probably made for a child
Set of Highland bagpipes probably made for a child
possibly Perth, c. 1830

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000-000-579-723-C
Set of Highland bagpipes probably made for a child
Set of Highland bagpipes probably made for a child
possibly Perth, c. 1830

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000-000-579-723-C
Set of Scottish Lowland bellows-blown bagpipes
Set of Scottish Lowland bellows-blown bagpipes
Scottish, early 19th century

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000-000-579-525-C
Chanter from a set of two-drone Highland bagpipes
Chanter from a set of two-drone Highland bagpipes
attributed to Robert Glen, Edinburgh

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000-000-579-719-C
Set of half size Highland bagpipes or 'Reel' pipes
Set of half size Highland bagpipes or 'Reel' pipes
by Peter Henderson, Glasgow, early 20th century

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000-000-580-023-C
Set of Highland bagpipes with chanter and three drones
Set of Highland bagpipes with chanter and three drones
by Donald MacDonald, Castlehill, Edinburgh, c. 1806 - 1810

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000-000-579-773-C
Bagpipes, associated with Argyllshire Highlanders (74th Regiment of Foot)
Carrying case for a set of three quarter size Highland bagpipes
Carrying case for a set of three quarter size Highland bagpipes
made by John Bàn Mackenzie, Breadalbane, late 19th century

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000-000-579-657-C
Set of bagpipes with bass and tenor drones in a common stock
Set of bagpipes with bass and tenor drones in a common stock
possibly made by Hugh Robertson, Edinburgh, late 18th century

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000-000-579-901-C
Set of Lowland bagpipes with drones mounted in a common stock
Set of Lowland bagpipes with drones mounted in a common stock
of a Peeblesshire family

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000-000-579-722-C
Set of two-drone Highland bagpipes with a common stock
Set of two-drone Highland bagpipes with a common stock
attributed to Robert Glen

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000-000-579-717-C
Chanter for a set of bellows-blown Lowland bagpipes owned by Malcolm Macpherson
Chanter for a set of bellows-blown Lowland bagpipes owned by Malcolm Macpherson
made by Duncan MacDougall

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000-000-579-666-C
Set of bellows-blown Lowland Scottish bagpipes with chanter and drones
Set of bellows-blown Lowland Scottish bagpipes with chanter and drones
probably Scottish, late 18th century

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000-000-579-690-C

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