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Thistle Chapel. Stained glass window designs showing details of heraldic crests including the Royal Arms of Scotland and the Prince of Wales shield.

DP 263457

Description Thistle Chapel. Stained glass window designs showing details of heraldic crests including the Royal Arms of Scotland and the Prince of Wales shield.

Date c. 1909

Collection Lorimer and Matthew

Catalogue Number DP 263457

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of LOR E/100/24/1

Accession Number 2001/87

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1583388

File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

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Collection Level (551 154) Lorimer and Matthew

Item Level (LOR E/100/24/1) Thistle Chapel. Stained glass window designs showing details of heraldic crests including the Royal Arms of Scotland and the Prince of Wales shield.

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Attribution: © Historic Environment Scotland, Courtesy of HES (Lorimer and Matthew Collection)

Licence Type: Full

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