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West Elevation of Market Cross insc. 'Aberdeen Market Cross, built by John Montgomery, mason, Old Ranyne, Aberdeenshire in 1686 in front of Tolbooth near site of two older crosses. Repaired 1821, removed to present site 1837. Arches were enclosed originally. The work cost ?100 which sum was paid out of the Guild Wine Fund. Mens et delt. 1907. R.W.Johnston.'
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Aberdeen, Castle Street, Market Cross.
Detail of Market Cross showing depictions of James I and II.
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Aberdeen, Castle Street, Market Cross.
Detail of Market Cross showing depictions of James IV and Mary, Queen of Scots.
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Plate ix from P Chalmers, Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline, showing 'Fragments of King Robert Bruce's marble tombstone', 'Gurgoil or stone water spout from the old market cross', 'Queensferry Burgh Seal', and 'Market cross pillar'.
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Page 9 of Market-Crosses of Scotland. Includes an engraving of 'Fig. 5. Near Goodlieburn, Perthshire.'
Inscribed: ''...village of Water of Leith they hung at the doorway of an old house still standing. This house, or some part of it, was used as a prison. The cross was also used to measure punishment from.''
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Perspective sketch of The Market Cross, Culross and The Study, insc. 'Culross, Sept.1849'. 
by James Drummond
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View of Market Cross with The Study behind, from the East.
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View of Market Cross with The Study behind, from the East.
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View from North of The Ark with Market Cross in foreground.
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Alyth, The Cross, Old Market Cross.
View from South.
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General view of The Cross with Market Cross in foreground
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General view of the Cross and Tanhouse Brae with Market Cross in foreground
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Culross
View from the north of The Ark with the market cross in the foreground (before restoration). Scanned image from original glass plate negative. Original envelope annotated by Erskine Beveridge 'Cross Culross'
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Culross
General view of The Study and the market cross (before restoration).
Scanned image from original glass plate negative. Original envelope annotated by Erskine Beveridge 'Cross Culross'
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General view of Kincardine, High Street with Market Cross in foreground.
Scanned from glass plate negative. Original envelope annotated by Erskine Beveridge 'Cross Kincardine'
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Perspective sketch of Culross Market Cross.
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Market Cross.View from north (postcard).
Insc: 'Mercat Cross, Edinburgh, Royal Proclamation'.
NMRS Survey of Private Collections.
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View of the market cross, Doune.
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Painting of Drum Market Cross
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Drawing of Doune Market Cross
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Drawing of Culross Market Cross.
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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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Detail of cross shaft, Cockburnspath Market Cross.
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View from north west of Market Cross and Town Hall
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