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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinenotburn View Post
    Does that tartan McLeod is wearing not look like the Murray of Tullibardine tartan? If not what do you think it is?
    Could I reply?
    of course, it is 42nd Band (or Music) tartan.

    https://www.scottishtartans.co.uk/42nd_Band_Tartan.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC Richard View Post

    Is this PCES tartan?

    Yes it is. Wilsons called it No.73 or Prince Charles Stuart's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackwatch70 View Post
    it is not PCES, but 72nd Highlanders tartan, as You wrote here: http://www.xmarksthescot.com/forum/f...-tartan-86487/
    It is the PCES tartan as worn by the 72nd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackwatch70 View Post
    Could I reply?
    of course, it is 42nd Band (or Music) tartan.

    https://www.scottishtartans.co.uk/42nd_Band_Tartan.pdf
    I don't believe that the 72nd ever wore the 42nd Music sett. This is the PCES tartan. In the image the light blue is more obvious.

    72nd (c1847) Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders (Pipe Cpl) in Gibraltar by F. D. Breciano 1847
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    Quote Originally Posted by figheadair View Post
    I don't believe that the 72nd ever wore the 42nd Music sett. This is the PCES tartan. In the image the light blue is more obvious.

    72nd (c1847) Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders (Pipe Cpl) in Gibraltar by F. D. Breciano 1847
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    I replied about Piper McLeod, 42nd by Cannon 1836.
    Definitely he wears 42nd Music tartan.

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