Morrison Clan 1930’s Scottish Glengarry - Bonnet Badge
Morrison Clan 1930’s Scottish Glengarry - Bonnet Badge
Morrison Clan 1930’s Scottish Glengarry – Bonnet Badge

Morrison Clan 1930’s Scottish Glengarry – Bonnet Badge

BLAZON. Three Moors’ Heads Conjoined In One Neck Sa., Banded Az., The Faces Looking To The Chief, Dexter, And Sinister Respectively.

SOURCE. Fairbairn’s Book of Crests, 1905 ed.

Size approx. Approx 48mm x 40mm

With good back pin.

Clan Morrison is a Scottish clan. The Highland Clan Morrison is traditionally associated with the Isle of Lewis and Harris (Leòdhas) around Ness (Nis) and Barvas (Barabhas), and lands in Sutherland around Durness. There are numerous Scottish clans, both Highland and Lowland, which use the surname Morison or Morrison. In 1965, the Lord Lyon King of Arms decided to recognise one man as chief of all Morrisons, whether their clans were related or not.

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MacDougall Clan 19th Century Crest Antique Glengarry Badge
MacDougall Clan 19th Century Crest Antique Glengarry Badge
Vintage 19th Century MacDougall Clan Crest Antique Glengarry Badge

MacDougall Clan 19th Century Crest Antique Glengarry Badge

Interesting Victorian family crest badge for the MacDougall with the motto ‘ Vinci vel Mori ‘ To conquer or die

Crest used in the past by Steward of Lunga and Daill, Ardfern, Argyllshire

Blazon –  An Arm In Armour Embossed Ppr., Holding A Cross Crosslet Fitchã

Source – Fairbairn’s Book of Crests, 1905 ed.

Good back pin

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MacDougall Clan 1930’s Scottish Glengarry Badge
MacDougall Clan 1930’s Scottish Glengarry Badge
Vintage MacDougall Clan 1930’s Scottish Glengarry Badge

Early pattern MacDougall Clan 1930’s Clan Glengarry Badge – Vintage Scottish MacDougall clan glengarry badge with motto.

Motto – Vincere vel mori – To conquer or die
Blazon – A Dexter Arm Embowed Fesseways Resting On The Elbow, Habited In Scale Armour, And Holding In The Hand, All Ppr., A Cross Crosslet

Source – Fairbairn’s Book of Crests, 1905 ed.

Size approx. 42mm x 48mm

With good back pin.

Clan MacDougall is a Highland Scottish clan, historically based in and around Argyll. The Lord Lyon King of Arms who is the Scottish official with responsibility for regulating heraldry in that country, issuing new grants of coats of arms, and serving as the judge of the Court of the Lord Lyon, recognizes under Scottish law the Chief of Clan MacDougall. The MacDougall chiefs share a common ancestry with the chiefs of Clan Donald in descent from Somerled of the 12th century. In the 13th century the Clan MacDougall whose chiefs were the original Lords of Argyll and later Lords of Lorne was the most powerful clan in the Western Highlands.

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MacLachlan Clan 1940’s Scottish Glengarry - Bonnet Badge
MacLachlan Clan 1940’s Scottish Glengarry - Bonnet Badge
Vintage MacLachlan Clan 1940’s Scottish Glengarry – Bonnet Badge

MacLachlan Clan 1940’s Scottish Glengarry – Bonnet Badge featuring the castle clan insignia.

Size approx. Approx 50mm x 52mm

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Clan Maclachlan, also known as Clan Lachlan, Clann Lachainn (Argyll), and Clann Lachlainn, is a Highland Scottish clan that historically centred on the lands of Strathlachlan (Srath Lachainn “Valley of Lachlan”) on Loch Fyne, Argyll on the west coast of Scotland.] The clan claims descent from Lachlan Mor, who lived on Loch Fyne in the 13th century, and who has left his name upon the countryside he once controlled: places such as StrathlachlanCastle Lachlan and Lachlan Bay.Tradition gives Lachlan Mor a descent from an Irish prince of the O’Neill dynasty,

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