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Cas chrom Cas chrom

Cas chrom or foot plough, the shaft heel and sole bound to nest by three iron bands, it is tipped with a new blade and the shaft lies back at approximately 25 degrees from the vertical, there are remains of a wooden foot peg in hell on right side

Ristle plough Ristle plough

Rustal or ristle plough, comprising a wooden beam tipped at the front with a metal band for attachment to a single horse, a single stilt is secured to the beam by an iron band and wooden cross-tie and an iron coulter like blade drops downwards and is secured by wooden wedges

Dirk / blade Dirk / blade

Corroded iron blade from a dirk or dagger, from a crannog in Eadarloch, Loch Treig, Inverness-shire

Battle-axehead Battle-axehead

Battle-axehead of iron, found at Tillychin, Lumphanan, Aberdeenshire, 14th century

Bell Bell

Quadrangular iron bell from Kingoldrum, Angus, 650 - 900 AD

Bell Bell

Small quadrangular iron bell, from Kilmichael-Glassary, Argyllshire, late 12th century

Bell Bell

Guthrie bell and bell shrine, bearing representations of God and the Crucifixion and an inscription in Latin, from Guthrie Castle, Forfarshire, 12th century

Dagger Dagger

Iron dagger with a handle of bone and brass, and a broken blade, from Cromdale

Dagger Dagger

Iron dagger with a heather root hilt, from Millrig Moss, Lanarkshire, about 1880

Flintlock pistol Flintlock pistol

Pistol of iron with a flintlock and scroll butt, by Alexander Campbell of Doune, mid 18th century

Helmet, morion Helmet, morion

Iron helmet, morion or cabasset type, North Italian manufacture, late 16th century, found at Manton Walls, Ancrum, Roxburghshire

Backsword Backsword

Basket hilted backsword by John Allan, senior, of Stirling, the loops inscribed with the maker's name and the date 1716

Box / snuffers Box / snuffers

Scissor type of iron snuffers with an upright semi-circular box, from West Calder, West Lothian, late 18th century

Guillotine Guillotine

The Maiden, a guillotine of oak and metal, used for beheading criminals in Edinburgh, 1564 - 1710 AD

Thumbikin Thumbikin

Thumbikins, 17th century

Jougs / collar Jougs / collar

Jougs with a chain, 17th century

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