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TITLE
Smith's bill 2
EXTERNAL ID
Z_KIGHF_7_12_1
DATE OF IMAGE
1791
PERIOD
1790s
SOURCE
Highland Folk Museum
ASSET ID
7459
KEYWORDS
smiths
bills
blacksmiths
Smith's bill 2

Part of a bill dated 1791 from Munro Ross of Pitcalney in Ross-shire, to George MacKenzie, smith at Ardgay. The bill includes two pair of bands, 'one spring for the Ladys bell' 'one shiffle (shovel) for shifeling (shovelling) the coals' and two pots. The blacksmith is generally associated with shoeing horses but also supplied and repaired metal goods

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Smith's bill 2

1790s

smiths; bills; blacksmiths

Highland Folk Museum

Highland Folk Museum (documents)

Part of a bill dated 1791 from Munro Ross of Pitcalney in Ross-shire, to George MacKenzie, smith at Ardgay. The bill includes two pair of bands, 'one spring for the Ladys bell' 'one shiffle (shovel) for shifeling (shovelling) the coals' and two pots. The blacksmith is generally associated with shoeing horses but also supplied and repaired metal goods