A purse worn by Sir Walter Scott.
The Purse of Rob Roy. Helen Macgregor`s brooch. Toadstone Amulet.
(Rob Roy, alternately Red MacGregor. Scottish Gaelic: Raibeart Ruadh MacGriogai 1671-1734)
The Purse of Rob Roy.
THE purse is 4 inches broad by 4 1/2 inches deep, and is made of brown leather, much worn. It has two divisions, and has evidently been sewn to a belt, the holes of the stitches being visible in four places at the back.
Abbotsford hall door. A complete suit of feudal steel armour.
Sir Walter Scott`s Meerschaum pipes, spectacles and case, and paper-cutter.
Rob Roy’s Sporran and Skene Dhu.
Sgian dubh (other spellings: sgian Dhub, skhian dubh, skein dubh or skene you or skean dhu) is a traditional Scottish knife, also known as “stocking dagger”. Since the 18th century the Sgian dubh belongs to Kilt equipment of the Highland Scots.
Rob Roy`s gun and sword. Broadsword, with Andrea Ferrara blade.
Collection of antique pistols by Sir Walter Scott.
The gigantic warrior of Bosworth Field.
Armor from hall door of Abbotsford designed for a French knight.
Abbotsford Swords and dagger.
A POLYGAR’S KNIFE
A WEAPON with a broad curved blade. The blade damascened with gold in cuneiform and line designs. The handle is mounted with brass and ornamented with quatrefoil and crescents in high relief, and enriched by 26 small rubies. Length 25 inches.