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Tartan Details - Courtet-Meyer (Personal)

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Courtet-Meyer (Personal)" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10366
Designer: Courtet, Michèle
Tartan date: 19/02/2011
Registration date: 25 February 2011
Category: Name
Restrictions: Yes. Intended for the family and descendants of Henry Courtet and Marguerite Meyer.

Registration notes: Designed in memory of Henry Courtet who died for his country. Colours: black and white represent Brittany where he was born; red, yellow and white represent Alsace where his beloved wife Marguerite was born; green and red represent Morocco where their three daughters were born. Created using the online tartan design software at
Registrant details: Miss Michele Courtet, 23 Rue Du Marechal Foch, Riedisheim, France, France, 68400
[email protected]
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