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Drawings of stones in Angus Council area

551 397/2

Description Drawings of stones in Angus Council area

Collection Ian G Scott

Catalogue Number 551 397/2

Category All Other

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1234671

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Collection Level (551 397) Ian G Scott

> Group Level (551 397/2) Drawings of stones in Angus Council area

Preview Category Catalogue Number Title Date Level
On-line Digital Images DC 54548 Digital copy of schematic drawing of incised whetstone, showing section of stone and detail of fish incised on reverse. 3/12/1998 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 952425 Digital copy of drawing of carved stone fragment. 3/5/2003 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 993243 Digital copy of schematic drawing of incised whetstone, showing section of stone and detail of fish incised on reverse. 3/12/1998 Item Level
Prints and Drawings DC 45317 Detail from interlace shaft panel on face of cross-slab, (St Vigeans no.7). 30/7/1994 Item Level
Prints and Drawings DC 54646 Digital copy of drawing of carved stone fragment. 3/5/2003 Item Level
On-line Digital Images DC 54658 Digital copy of schematic drawing of incised whetstone, showing section of stone and detail of fish incised on reverse. 3/12/1998 Item Level
Prints and Drawings DC 54525 Brechin Cathedral - Drawing of figure with animal. Item Level
Prints and Drawings DC 55699 Carved stone at Arbroath Signal Tower Museum - probably modern copy 13/1/2003 Item Level
All Other 551 397/2/1 Research material relating to the early medieval carved stones held in the Meffan Institute, Forfar, including stones from Kirriemuir, Menmuir, Western Denoon, Kirkbuddo, Nevay and Cliffburn. Including letter, photographs and preparatory sketches 1995 Sub-Group Level
Prints and Drawings DC 58307 Measured drawing of Pictish cross slab, St Martin's Stone, Balluderon, Angus 26/6/2011 Item Level

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