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    my turn for an id

    saw this online searching for battles fought by buchanans dont know if i can trust a site selling me a crest held by a guy in a totally different tartan ... question is what tartan thought i had it pegged as grant but i was wrong
    Reverend Chevalier Christopher Adam Dow II KStI

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    I could be wrong, but it looks like the Maxwell tartan to me.

    -Martin

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    Or one of the Macdonald tartans...hard to tell with just a portion showing.

    Ron
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    Quote Originally Posted by dowofbuchanan View Post
    saw this online searching for battles fought by buchanans dont know if i can trust a site selling me a crest held by a guy in a totally different tartan ... question is what tartan thought i had it pegged as grant but i was wrong
    What was the site?

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    Same guy, same tartan, for every clan. Looks like each wall crest has been Photoshopped into a standard picture. Have a look at the files ending in x.jpg here: http://www.scottish-heirloom.com/sco...clans_jewelry/

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    i looked at a couple macdonalds as well ... dont know .... wheres matt when you need him
    Reverend Chevalier Christopher Adam Dow II KStI

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    Looks like ancient Maxwell.

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    It could be a red Robertson tartan, but I cna't tell.
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    Not Maxwell...

    At first glance, I thought it was Maxwell Ancient as well, but when I looked closer, I noticed an extra line... (see arrows below)


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    looks like the search continues...,
    Reverend Chevalier Christopher Adam Dow II KStI

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