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TARTANS OF THE MACGREGORS

 


The following 16 tartan specimens have been gathered from various web sites featuring the Gregor clan.  For these, I am very grateful.

Hal MacGregor.

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MacGregor of Glen Strae

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MacGregor of Glen Strae 

From "The Scottish Gael" (1826)

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MacGregor 

From Vestidium Scoticum (1842). Source = Sobieski Stuart Bros.

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MacGregor 

Worn on Deeside in 1750

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MacGregor of Balquhidder

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MacGregor of Glen Gyle

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MacGregor of Glen Gyle (Hunting)

Perhaps the most striking with its purple bands.  (I could not shrink this pattern down any smaller as it loses its texture)

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MacGregor Standard Modern

(From the Cockburn collection (1810)

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MacGregor Trade Sett.

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MacGregor Hunting

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MacGregor Ancient

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MacGregor Green

(Worn for sword dancing competitions)

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Rob Roy
This is actually the oldest MacGregor tartan and was worn by Rob Roy, therefore his name was imprinted on the style

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Royal Dress MacGregor

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Green Dress MacGregor

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Purple Dress MacGregor

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