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Scottish Tartans World Register: Dalziel 
Dalziel Family Tartan  WR969



Dalziel or Dalzell tartan is similar to the Munro. The basic form of the design was used for a 'George IV' tartan produced in honour of the King's visit in 1822. The Barony of Dalzell in Lanarkshire is the origin of the name. In Old Scots it means 'I dare' and this is also the motto on the family coat of arms. A cadet branch of the family built the House of the Binns in West Lothian which is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland.
The source of tartan 969 was: Logan
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