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Set of Highland bagpipes formerly owned by Sir Joseph Noel Paton
000-000-579-776-C
Set of Highland bagpipes formerly owned by Sir Joseph Noel Paton

made by Thomas Glen, Edinburgh, c. 1850
© National Museums Scotland



Set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
000-000-579-765-C
Set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone

probably by Duncan Mackay, early 19th century
© National Museums Scotland



Set of Highland bagpipes with two tenor drones in a single stock
000-000-579-740-C
Set of Highland bagpipes with two tenor drones in a single stock

of the Macdonalds and MacIndeors of Islay
© National Museums Scotland



Thistle finial forming bass drone top for a set of Highland bagpipes
000-000-579-948-C
Thistle finial forming bass drone top for a set of Highland bagpipes

by Thomas Glen, Edinburgh, c. 1850
© National Museums Scotland



Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
000-000-579-766-C
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone

probably by Duncan Mackay, early 19th century
© National Museums Scotland



Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes formerly owned by Sir Joseph Noel Paton
000-000-579-777-C
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes formerly owned by Sir Joseph Noel Paton

made by Thomas Glen, Edinburgh, c. 1850
© National Museums Scotland



Set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes, bellows-blown with chanter and three drones
000-000-579-881-C
Set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes, bellows-blown with chanter and three drones

probably Scottish, early 19th century
© National Museums Scotland



Set of Highland bagpipes belonged to Pipe Major Andrew McKintosh, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards
000-000-579-684-C
Set of Highland bagpipes belonged to Pipe Major Andrew McKintosh, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards

possibly by J. and R. Glen, Edinburgh
© National Museums Scotland



Set of Scottish bagpipes, bellows-blown with bass and tenor drones only in a common stock
000-000-579-902-C
Set of Scottish bagpipes, bellows-blown with bass and tenor drones only in a common stock

possibly by Hugh Robertson, Edinburgh, late 18th century
© National Museums Scotland



Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes belonged to Pipe Major Andrew McKintosh, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards
000-000-579-693-C
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes belonged to Pipe Major Andrew McKintosh, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards

by R.G. Lawrie, Glasgow, 20th century
© National Museums Scotland



Drone stock with carving from a set of two-drone Highland bagpipes
000-000-579-718-C
Drone stock with carving from a set of two-drone Highland bagpipes

attributed to Robert Glen, Edinburgh
© National Museums Scotland



Set of Union bagpipes, bellows-blown with chanter, and bass and tenor drones and baritone and tenor regulators
000-000-579-669-C
Set of Union bagpipes, bellows-blown with chanter, and bass and tenor drones and baritone and tenor regulators

by Hugh Robertson, Edinburgh, late 18th century
© National Museums Scotland



Set of drones and blowpipe for a set of Highland bagpipes
000-000-579-979-C
Set of drones and blowpipe for a set of Highland bagpipes

Scottish, 19th century
© National Museums Scotland



Tenor drone joint for a set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
000-000-579-767-C
Tenor drone joint for a set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone

probably by Duncan Mackay, early 19th century
© National Museums Scotland



Lowland Scottish bagpipe chanter
000-000-579-887-C
Lowland Scottish bagpipe chanter

probably Scottish, 18th century
© National Museums Scotland



Set of Lowland Scottish small pipes
000-000-579-527-C
Set of Lowland Scottish small pipes

© National Museums Scotland




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