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Tartan coat from a Royal Company of Archers uniform, of hard twill weave wool with wooden buttons, silk fringing and linen lining, belonged to Stuart Threipland of Fingask, admitted to the Royal Company of Archers in 1750: c. 1750

Museum reference

A.1993.62 A


Fashion and Textiles

Object name

Coat, uniform


c. 1750


Wool, Linen, Wood, Silk


Royal Company of Archers
Sir Stewart / Stuart Threipland

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