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    I believe it's the red Mackintosh.
    "Touch not the cat bot a glove."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaunMaxwell View Post
    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)

    Good call. Probably MacKintosh, then. The blue is so dark, though, that it looks black in the photo, which is what made me think Maxwell. A bit unusual, since the rest of the colors look like they would be in the ancient color scheme, which would normally make the blue a lighter blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M. A. C. Newsome View Post
    Good call. Probably MacKintosh, then. The blue is so dark, though, that it looks black in the photo, which is what made me think Maxwell. A bit unusual, since the rest of the colors look like they would be in the ancient color scheme, which would normally make the blue a lighter blue.
    Matt, I had better get that one right (see my avatar)! The blue often shows up more like black in most of my pictures. The tartan shows up better, I think, in the whole picture of the gentleman. Why he's holding that particular crest, I don't know. Notice the dirk too!
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    Here's another photo of the same gentleman which shows the whole kilt... Perhaps this will help confirm that it's a MacKintosh...


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    And the answer is...

    Those of you who said MacKintosh were correct! I contacted the site owner and he responded:

    Thank you for your nice comments, Shaun!

    Noble is a family of Macintosh and I am wearing the Macintosh tartan.
    We also have a length of Maxwell tartan if you ever need it.

    If you have any questions or comments, Shaun, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Best regards,
    Stuart Noble.
    www.Scottish-Heirloom.com

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    well yeah if you wanna go the easy way but here at xmarks the only thing harder than our sgians is our heads ... we were gonna photoshop and enlarge than photo to the 9's until a group concensus could be achieved ... doing things the easy way is like reading the directions ... unmanly and bad form jack. haha just messing with ya thanks for the help everyone
    Reverend Chevalier Christopher Adam Dow II KStI

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