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Old 10-12-2010, 11:10 PM   #3
Neill Mulvie
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Default Re: Name this bagpipe

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Originally Posted by Paul Ouellette View Post
Don : As I'm told, the Robertson firm had some orders filled by Grainger & Campbell in the final days of the Robertson company's existance.

Ken Smith, a piper in the Detroit area & formerly a band mate, said he ordered a set of Robertsons (in the late 60's as I recall..) but instead received a set of half-silver G&C's instead.

My guess is that those pipes are Grainer & Campbell's from that carry over period in the final days of the Robertson company.

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A set of bagpipes with RGH stamped silver and mounts/turning which looks like Hardie's style is described as Robertson or Grainger and Campbell
How does this Logic work?

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