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Scottish Tartans World Register: MacKintosh 
MacKintosh Clan Tartan  WR1509

The Setts No: 253. Of the same pattern as a fragment in the Moy Hall collection claimed to be a part of a kilt worn by Prince Charles at the time of the '45. Author and weaver, James Scarlet, has investigated further and has found at least four other pieces, at Blair Castle and at Inverness Museum. The tartan was woven in 1821 by J. Hilson & Son, Jedburgh, on the instructions of the owner of one of the pieces, and was intended to be an accurate reproduction. First published in Old & Rare, 1893.
The source of tartan 1509 was: Old & Rare.., 1893
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