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Jacobite flag banner from The Battle of Culloden 1746

Jacobite Banner, possibly Atholl Brigade,

Ticket ~ allowing the bearer to attend the treason trial of the Earl of Kilmarnock, the Earl of Cromertie and Lord Balmerino arrested after the Battle of Culloden for their support of the Scottish Prince Charles Edward Stuart. 1746.

Ticket ~ allowing the bearer to attend the treason trial of the Earl of Kilmarnock, the Earl of Cromertie and Lord Balmerino arrested after the Battle of Culloden for their support of the Scottish Prince Charles Edward Stuart.

Jack of plates, 16th century of the type used by Border Reivers of the Anglo-Scottish Borders.

File:Jack of plate, English, Royal Armoury, Leeds.

BKS Lochaber Axe Head

BKS Lochaber Axe Head

"The Battle Of Culloden was fought on this moor, April 16, 1746. The graves of the gallant Highlanders who fought for Scotland & Prince Charlie, are marked by the names of their Clans." (The cairn was erected by Duncan Forbes in 1881 and stands 20 feet high.) Culloden is a tract of moorland in the county of Inverness, Scotland, forming a part of the northeast of Drummossie Moor and lying about 6 miles (10 km) east of Inverness.

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17th Century Scottish Dirk.

century Scottish dirk has an antler handle, like many early originals the blade is a cut down sword blade.

Celtic Cross | Glasgow Cathedral, Scotland

Celtic Cross in Glasgow Cathedral - Scotland - War bellows blazing in scarlet battalions. General order their soldiers to kill. And to fight for a cause they've long ago forgotten.

Highland Targe (Shield) with spike. Used by the Jacobites in the Battle of Culloden

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[Ogilvy flag Jacobite Banners at Culloden and of Scotland

Lord Ogilvy, the Earl of Airlie’s Forfarshire Regiment, Battalion Flag. My relatives the Stevenson's resided in the County of Airlie. Most of the captured flags were burned at the market cross in Edinburgh.

Another Pre-Culloden Scottish baskethilt sword c.1690-1720
From the same collection as item 0023. The guard has the "S" design which stood for "Stewart" (noble family in Scotland) These swords were often stored in the thatched roofs to keep the British from finding their weapons. Because of this, Not many survived the wet conditions. Blade is marked with a kings head several times on each side. I believe it is made by Mattias Wundes, German maker during the 16th c. Blade is 32 inches. 37.5…

Another Pre-Culloden Scottish baskethilt sword From the same collection as item The guard has the "S" design which stood for "Stewart" (noble family in Scotland)

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