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Set of Highland bagpipes formerly owned by Sir Joseph Noel Paton
Set of Highland bagpipes formerly owned by Sir Joseph Noel Paton
made by Thomas Glen, Edinburgh, c. 1850

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000-000-579-776-C
Set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
Set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
probably by Duncan Mackay, early 19th century

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000-000-579-765-C
Set of Highland bagpipes with two tenor drones in a single stock
Set of Highland bagpipes with two tenor drones in a single stock
of the Macdonalds and MacIndeors of Islay

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000-000-579-740-C
Thistle finial forming bass drone top for a set of Highland bagpipes
Thistle finial forming bass drone top for a set of Highland bagpipes
by Thomas Glen, Edinburgh, c. 1850

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000-000-579-948-C
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
probably by Duncan Mackay, early 19th century

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000-000-579-766-C
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes formerly owned by Sir Joseph Noel Paton
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes formerly owned by Sir Joseph Noel Paton
made by Thomas Glen, Edinburgh, c. 1850

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000-000-579-777-C
Set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes, bellows-blown with chanter and three drones
Set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes, bellows-blown with chanter and three drones
probably Scottish, early 19th century

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000-000-579-881-C
Set of Highland bagpipes belonged to Pipe Major Andrew McKintosh, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards
Set of Highland bagpipes belonged to Pipe Major Andrew McKintosh, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards
possibly by J. and R. Glen, Edinburgh

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000-000-579-684-C
Set of Scottish bagpipes, bellows-blown with bass and tenor drones only in a common stock
Set of Scottish bagpipes, bellows-blown with bass and tenor drones only in a common stock
possibly by Hugh Robertson, Edinburgh, late 18th century

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000-000-579-902-C
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes belonged to Pipe Major Andrew McKintosh, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes belonged to Pipe Major Andrew McKintosh, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards
by R.G. Lawrie, Glasgow, 20th century

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000-000-579-693-C
Drone stock with carving from a set of two-drone Highland bagpipes
Drone stock with carving from a set of two-drone Highland bagpipes
attributed to Robert Glen, Edinburgh

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000-000-579-718-C
Set of Union bagpipes, bellows-blown with chanter, and bass and tenor drones and baritone and tenor regulators
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

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000-000-579-669-C
Set of drones and blowpipe for a set of Highland bagpipes
Set of drones and blowpipe for a set of Highland bagpipes
Scottish, 19th century

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000-000-579-979-C
Tenor drone joint for a set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
Tenor drone joint for a set of Highland bagpipes, missing blow stick, stock and a tenor drone
probably by Duncan Mackay, early 19th century

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000-000-579-767-C
Lowland Scottish bagpipe chanter
Lowland Scottish bagpipe chanter
probably Scottish, 18th century

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000-000-579-887-C
Set of Lowland Scottish small pipes
Set of Lowland Scottish small pipes

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000-000-579-527-C

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