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  • Name of Tartan:
    Inverness - 1829 (District)
  • Alternative Name: Princess Elizabeth, Earl of Inverness
  • ITI Number: 1438
  • Category: District
  • Designer / Source: Unknown
  • Date: 1829
Inverness - 1829 (District)
  • Notes: Sample attached to a letter in the Red Book of Corstorphine at the Queen Street Museum in Edinburgh is dated 19th November 1829 and marked 'this is the pattern made for the Earl of Inverness'. Made for Augustus, Earl of Inverness, sometime prior to 1822. Logan used this sett to illustrate his method of recording tartans in his book, 'The Scottish Gael..', published in 1831. The territorial designation of this Royal tartan makes it appropriate for use as a district tartan in the town and county of Inverness. The white stripe is sometimes rendered in yellow.
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