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Clans & Tartans of Scotland by McIan - "FORBES" - Lithograph -1988

Clans & Tartans of Scotland by McIan - "FORBES" - Lithograph -1988

Colored engraving which is a reproduction of THE CLANS AND TARTANS OF SCOTLAND by R.R. McIan, originally introduced in It was published in London in 1988 by Bracken Books. WORLDWIDE SHIPPING WHE

Monument to Robert Burns, 1831-9 by Thomas Hamilton - Regent Road, Calton Hill, Edinburgh.

Monument to Robert Burns, 1831-9 by Thomas Hamilton - Regent Road, Calton Hill, Edinburgh.

Hamilton Palace.      A large country house located north-east of Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. The former seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, it was built in 1695 and subsequently much enlarged. The house was demolished in 1921 due to ground subsidence despite inadequate evidence for that. It is widely acknowledged as having been one of the grandest houses in Scotland

Hamilton Palace. A large country house located north-east of Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. The former seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, it was built in 1695 and subsequently much enlarged. The house was demolished in 1921 due to ground subsidence despite inadequate evidence for that. It is widely acknowledged as having been one of the grandest houses in Scotland

The Hamilton Mausoleum, Hamilton, Lanarkshire Visit Lanarkshire -  http://www.visitlanarkshire.com/attractions/historic-heritage/Hamilton-Mausoleum/

The Hamilton Mausoleum, Hamilton, Lanarkshire Visit Lanarkshire - http://www.visitlanarkshire.com/attractions/historic-heritage/Hamilton-Mausoleum/

Innerwick Castle, East Lothian, Scotland The castle (along with a barony) is for sale. The castle’s construction started in the 14th century on the precipitous edge of Thornton Glen. It was a stronghold of the Stewart and Hamilton clans and was extended several times, but was captured and destroyed by Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset in 1548. Both Innerwick and Thornton castles had been of strategic importance for guarding routes from the south.Innerwick Castle stands ...

Innerwick Castle, East Lothian, Scotland The castle (along with a barony) is for sale. The castle’s construction started in the 14th century on the precipitous edge of Thornton Glen. It was a stronghold of the Stewart and Hamilton clans and was extended several times, but was captured and destroyed by Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset in 1548. Both Innerwick and Thornton castles had been of strategic importance for guarding routes from the south.Innerwick Castle stands ...

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