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Scottish Tartans World Register: MacFarlane 
MacFarlane or Lendrum black and white  WR1251

The design comes from the Vestiarium Scoticum (1842). The authors, the Sobieski Stuart brothers, enjoyed a popular following among the Scottish gentry in the early Victorian era, and in the spirit of the times, added mystery, romance and some spurious historical documentation to the subject of tartan. Of the better known tartans, the book offers some minor variation, but in other cases it provides the only recorded version of many tartans in use today. This design is also called Wallace dress
The source of tartan 1251 was: Vestiarium Scoticum
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