Catalog Record: McIan's costumes of the clans of Scotland; seventy-four coloured illustrations, with descriptive letterpress by James Logan | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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McIan's costumes of the clans of Scotland; seventy-four coloured illustrations, with descriptive letterpress by James Logan. The original work in two large quarto volumes is given here complete and unaltered further than being reduced in size, properly paged, and indexed for easy reference, with suitable tail-piece illustrations.

Main Author: Logan, James, 1794?-1872.
Related Names: McIan, Robert Ronald -1856, illustrator., McIan, Robert Ronald -1856, illus.
Language(s): English
Published: Glasgow, Scotland, D. Bryce and son, 1899.
Subjects: Costume > Scotland > Highlands > History.
Tartans > Scotland > History.
Clans > Scotland > History.
Costume > Scotland > Highlands.
Tartans.
Clans.
History.
Note: With reproduction of t.-p. of original edition: The clans of the Scotland highlands, illustrated by appropriate figures ... from original sketches, by R. R. McIan, esq. With accompanying description ... by James Logan ... London.
Tail-pieces.
Physical Description: 343 [1] p. 74 col.pl. (incl.front.) 20 cm.
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