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Banner, processional Banner, processional

Green silk processional banner with the arms of the Incorporation of Goldsmiths and the figure of Earl Grey, specially painted for the Reform Jubilee Procession in Edinburgh, 11 August 1832

Banner Banner

Religious banner with red and gold cords attached, depicting St Margaret in flowing robes on one side, and the Lion Rampant on the other, embroidered by a nun from an Edinburgh convent in 1908

Banner Banner

Fetternear banner made from linen embroidered with multi-coloured silks, probably owned by the Confraternity of the Holy Blood of St Giles' Collegiate Kirk, Edinburgh, made in Scotland c. 1520

Banner, processional Banner, processional

Processional Suffragette banner, double-sided with three white compartments edged with red ribbon on a black background, for the Northern Men's Federation of Women's Suffrage, Edinburgh: by Maude Arncliffe-Sennet of the Suffrage Atelier, 1914

Banner, daimio's Banner, daimio's

Banner of plaited cane, gold lacquered, and characters in black, carried before a daimyo: Japan

Banner, trumpet Banner, trumpet

Trumpet banner of red silk damask embroidered with the Royal Arms as borne in Scotland: English, possibly made in the Royal Embroiderers Workshop, London, c. 1660

Banner Banner

The Thrissels Banner, made of printed white satin, showing the 'staff' of the banner as a sword with a crowned thistle and bible at either end: Scottish, by Thomas Cunynghame, 1640

Banner Banner

Gold metal papercut banner, featuring La Catrina figure: North America, Mexico, Mexico City, 1999

Banner Banner

The Bratach Bhan or White Banner of the Aberach Mackays, said to have last been carried at the Battle of Druim na Coup near Tongue, Sutherland: Scottish, 1433

Banner Banner

Quilted banner, made for the PROCESSIONS march in Edinburgh on 10 June 2018 to celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage and campaign for gender equality in contemporary society, designed by Lorna Fogden and made by The Edinburgh Quilting Collective, Edinburgh, 2018

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