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Scottish Tartans World Register: Grant 
Grant or Drummond Clan Tartan  WR1384

The usual design is sometimes called Drummond. It is recorded by Logan (1831), Smibert (1850), and Smith (1850). McIan's drawing of the Grant tartan is too roughly done to make out the pattern details. A certain difficulty arises in establishing a single Grant tartan to represent the clan, illustrated by the existence of ten Grant portraits at Cullen House in which each brother is wearing a different tartan, and where a coat or plaid is worn, these also differ. The chief of the Grants is Lord Strathspey.
The source of tartan 1384 was: Logan
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