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Scottish Tartans World Register: Strathspey 
Strathspey District   WR1039

From the back of a waistcoat of a Strathspey Fencible 1794-5. The design, which is a variation of the Black Watch may be attributed to General James Grant of Ballindalloch who raised the fencible unit and whose clan already used the Black Watch as a hunting sett. The Strathspey tartan is now produced as a District tartan and is, since 1984, used by the Royal Country Dance Association.
The source of tartan 1039 was: MacGregor-Hastie Collection
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