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TITLE
Armour worn by Viscount Dundee at Killiecrankie
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_159_377
DATE OF IMAGE
1874
PERIOD
1870s
CREATOR
J R Collie
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
30949
KEYWORDS
armour
pistols
guns
swords
helmets
breast plates
Viscount Dundee
Killiecrankie
arms
Armour worn by Viscount Dundee at Killiecrankie

Illustration of the armour worn by Viscount Dundee at the Battle of Killiecrankie. Taken from 'A History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments vol. 1' ed. by John S. Keltie.

The description reads:
1. Breast plate, in possession of his Grace the Duke of Athole.
2. Remains of helmet, in possession of J.P. McInroy Esq of Lude, taken out of Dundee's grave in the church of Blair Athole in 1794.
3. Sword, in possession of A.E. Mackintosh Esq of Mackintosh, given to Lachlan 21st Laird of Mackintosh by Dundee's relations. The hilt is silver and bears the Graham Arms. The date on the blade is AD 1504.
4. Pistol, in possession of Miss Stirling Graham of Duntrune, representative of the Claverhouse family. In the plate both sides of the pistol are shown: the stock is of iron and is richly inlaid with silver.

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Armour worn by Viscount Dundee at Killiecrankie

1870s

armour; pistols; guns; swords; helmets; breast plates; Viscount Dundee; Killiecrankie; arms

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

Illustration of the armour worn by Viscount Dundee at the Battle of Killiecrankie. Taken from 'A History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments vol. 1' ed. by John S. Keltie. <br /> <br /> The description reads: <br /> 1. Breast plate, in possession of his Grace the Duke of Athole.<br /> 2. Remains of helmet, in possession of J.P. McInroy Esq of Lude, taken out of Dundee's grave in the church of Blair Athole in 1794.<br /> 3. Sword, in possession of A.E. Mackintosh Esq of Mackintosh, given to Lachlan 21st Laird of Mackintosh by Dundee's relations. The hilt is silver and bears the Graham Arms. The date on the blade is AD 1504.<br /> 4. Pistol, in possession of Miss Stirling Graham of Duntrune, representative of the Claverhouse family. In the plate both sides of the pistol are shown: the stock is of iron and is richly inlaid with silver.