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Sackcloth / gown, repentance Sackcloth / gown, repentance

Sackcloth or Gown of Repentance, formerly used in the parish church of West Calder

Cap Cap

Light brown knitted cap, found at Gunnister, Shetland

Purse Purse

Knitted purse with draw strings at the top, three tassels at the bottom and three bands of white and red stranded knitting patterns, found at Gunnister, Shetland

Chair, sedan Chair, sedan

Private sedan chair, handsomely ornamented and painted, with coat of arms on the back, made in Edinburgh or London, c. 1780, and used by Professor Alexander Hamilton, Professor of Midwifery, University of Edinburgh, and his son and successor, Professor James Hamilton, especially in their night practice, c. 1780 - 1839

Carpet Carpet

A hand-knotted table carpet known as the Kinghorne Carpet, bearing the coronetted monogram ILCKME, Iohn Lyon Comes Kinghorne, M E may refer to his first wife Margaret Erskine, or his second Elizabeth Maule: English, possibly Norwich, c. 1620

Chair Chair

Chair, painted silver, with purple velvet upholstery, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the Room de Luxe at the Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, 1903.

Coat, uniform Coat, uniform

Embroidered uniform coat formerly worn by the Old Edinburgh Town Guard, late 18th century

Charm Charm

Facsimile of a cross of rowan tree, formerly used as a charm throughout the Highlands

Sampler Sampler

Sampler, with family initials, by Isobel Lumisden, dated 1729

King's colour King's colour

King's colour carried at Culloden, 1746

Regimental colour Regimental colour

Appin Stewart Regimental colour carried at Culloden, 1746

Powder horn Powder horn

Powder horn belonging to Private James Cameron, with Haudenosaunee or Huron-Wendat burden strap, carried in North America, 1758

Trousers Trousers

Khaki drill trousers, worn by Squadron Leader John Inglis Muir

Glove Glove

Glove believed to have been worn by Prince Charles Edward, owned by H. and R. Radclyffe

Campaign medal Campaign medal

British War Medal, 1914 - 1918, awarded to Midshipman A.W. Dickson, Royal Navy, World War I

Campaign medal Campaign medal

Victory Medal, 1914 - 1918, awarded to Midshipman A.W. Dickson, Royal Navy

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