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Removal of the Regalia of Scotland

Skene, James, 1822, Watercolour
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Removal of the Regalia of Scotland
Removal of the Regalia of Scotland
Removal of the Regalia of Scotland
Removal of the Regalia of Scotland
Library Item
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Removal of the Regalia of Scotland from the Castle to Holyrood House preparitory to the King's arrival 12th August 1822
Soldiers are marching along a cobbled road through an arched entrance which has a carved stone lintel. They are being watched by a crowd of people including men and women. The soldiers are wearing different types of uniform. Some wear highland dress consisting of kilt, tam o' shanter hats, sporrans and claymore swords. The other soldiers wear red coats, breeches and tricorn hats. They carry the honours of Scotland which are a sceptre, sword and crown.
1822
26 x 17 cm.
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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