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Tartan Details - Here's tae us!

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Here's tae us!" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 12885
Designer: Wilton, Brian
Tartan date: 10/07/2020
Registration date: 28 July 2020
Category: Fashion
Restrictions: Yes.
This tartan cannot be offered for sale, woven or produced in any commercial form without the express permission of the copyright holder Brian Wilton MBE, his heirs, successors or agents.

IPO registered No. 6094787
Registration notes: The "Here’s tae us!" tartan celebrates Scotland, bringing two ancient banners together in the design. The Royal Banner of Scotland or Lion Rampant, is one of the country’s most recognisable symbols and dates from 1222. The National Flag of Scotland - the Saltire – is, according to legend, even older. It originated in 832AD in a battle fought in today’s East Lothian when an army of Picts and Scots became cornered by a superior force of Angles and Saxons. Prayers for deliverance, led by their leader King Angus, were answered by an inspirational diagonal cross of white cloud in a clear blue sky — the cross of St. Andrew. The Picts and Scots won the day; St. Andrew subsequently became Scotland’s patron saint and that cloud became the national flag — the Saltire. When printed or worn on the bias, the white cross of 30 threads — for St. Andrew’s Day on 30th November – becomes the Saltire.
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