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Tartan Details - Turdus merula - The Common Blackbird

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Turdus merula - The Common Blackbird" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 13209
Designer: Merola, Frank Albert
Tartan date: 18/08/1959
Registration date: 29 June 2021
Category: Fashion
Restrictions: Yes.
May only be worn, used, or woven with the express permission of the designer.
It is intended that 10% of profits earned on the granted use and sales for commercial (or other) purposes of this design will be donated to a recognised environmental conservation/animal protection organisation in the given country, region, and/or for global distribution.

Registration notes: A fashion tartan reflecting the colours of the common blackbird (Turdus merula). The designer was inspired by the fact his family name, Merola, is derived from Turdus merula.
Registrant details: Mr Frank Merola, 1 Appenzellerstrasse, Zurich, , Switzerland, 8049
[email protected]
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