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Scottish Tartans World Register: Durham 
Durham District Tartan  WR1089



It was Wilson's practice to give the names of towns to many of his new designs. Maybe because the order came from there or because it was the name of the purchaser. There was a family of Durhams associated with the Royal Court in Edinburgh prior to the Union of the Crowns. Wilson was also a collector of tartans, receiving samples from his agents in the Highlands and from purchase orders from around the world.
The source of tartan 1089 was: Dgn. Wilson's of Bannockburn
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