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View of tolbooth, mercat cross and jougs from NE.
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General view of High Street, Musselburgh, from W, showing the Mercat cross.
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General view of High Street, Musselburgh, from W, showing the Mercat cross.
This was taken to replicate the 1955 image SC1811806.
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General survey area plan.
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General view from W.
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General view of N side of High Street from SW.
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Dunbar, general view, showing Victoria Harbour and High Street.  Oblique aerial photograph taken facing north.  This image has been produced from a marked print.
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General view of High Street, Musselburgh, from E.
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Wick (Centre) Map
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Wick (Centre) Map
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The unicorn atop the Mercat Cross with view from SW of High Street and City Chambers, Edinburgh. 1869
Photo montage.
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Digital copy of view of Miss Gourlay's House, McLeans property and Mercat Cross from SW.
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General view of Turnpike House, Callander's buildings, Mercat Cross from NW.
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Copy of photograph of Proclamation at Mercat cross, not the same ceremony as sc 1223391 etc.
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Photographic copy of watercolour inscribed; 'Remains of Edinburgh Cross at Drum'
This is a watercolour of the cross whilst it was in place at The Drum, and which is now situated in the High Street in Edinburgh
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Digital copy of view of Mercat Cross with MacLean's Buildings behind from SW.
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Proclamation of the Accession of King George VI in Edinburgh. From left to right on Mercat cross, Captain HAB Lawson, Unicorn Pursuivant, Thomas Innes of Learney, Albany Herald, Sir Francis Grant, Lord Lyon King of Arms, Sir Alexander Hay Seton of Abercorn, Carrick Pursivant and Lt. Col. JW Balfour Paul, Falkland Pursuivant.Ceremony  in Parliament SquareProclamation of the Accession of King George VI.
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Proclamation of the Accession of King George VI.From left to right on Mercat cross, Captain HAB Lawson, Unicorn Pursuivant, Thomas Innes of Learney, Albany Herald, Sir Francis Grant, Lord Lyon King of Arms, Sir Alexander Hay Seton of Abercorn, Carrick Pursivant and Lt. Col. JW Balfour Paul, Falkland Pursuivant.Ceremony  in Parliament SquareProclamation of the Accession of King George VI.
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Proclamation of the Accession of King George VI.From left to right on Mercat cross, Captain HAB Lawson, Unicorn Pursuivant, Thomas Innes of Learney, Albany Herald, Sir Francis Grant, Lord Lyon King of Arms, Sir Alexander Hay Seton of Abercorn, Carrick Pursivant and Lt. Col. JW Balfour Paul, Falkland Pursuivant.Ceremony  in Parliament Square
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Mercat cross and High Street, view from SE
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General view of Turnpike House, Elphinstone Inn and Mercat Cross from W.
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Design for Edinburgh Market Cross
This is a watercolour of the cross whilst it was in place at The Drum, and which is now situated in the High Street in Edinburgh
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View of Mercat Cross with MacLean's Buildings behind from SW.
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Market Cross, High Street, Irvine, Ayrshire
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