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Seller Neil Walker: ‘I was very fortunate to obtain several vintage sets a couple of years ago and I am reluctantly making one of them available for sale. I purchased these pipes from well-known piper Roddy Weir and a couple of expert repairs to the ivory mounts have been carried out by Blue MacMurchie to keep the original appearance.
I have attached some photographs of the pipes and more can be supplied if necessary. The pipes are currently in the UK with my brother Gavin and I am seeking offers of £4500. Anyone who is interested can contact me first at firstname.lastname@example.org.’
This is a great sounding bagpipe that has been played successfully at the highest level. They were originally a Black Watch set and have seen a lot of service. The bottom bass joint has been replaced to enable the bass drone to tune better at today’s pitch. The silver is not hallmarked, probably due to being an Army set.
Probable MacDougall Set for Sale – SOLD
Calum MacLean, Tobermory, Isle of Mull: ‘Hi Rab, I have a set of pipes here I think it’s time to sell them. Could you advertise them on our site for me, and let me know how much I owe you. I have attached some pictures. Not sure what to ask for them I thought £1200 o.n.o. They are an old set and the flat tops indicate that they might be MacDougall’s. Looks like sea Ivory on the mounts. There is two replacement parts (the old wood was cracked) and two replacement bushes but the rest is original, sold as seen no bag or chanter. I played them for two years; they go well and tune fine. I’ve too many sets of pipes and it’s time to clear the back room.’ Email Calum on email@example.com
SOLD! Peter Henderson Bagpipe 1908, Silver & Ivory
This bagpipe was bought from P/M Ian Duncan a couple of years ago by Neil Clarke. Neil has since retired from competing and is now offering this superb instrument for sale once more. Price £5,500. Here is what P/M Duncan said of the pipes: ‘I have known these pipes most of my days as they were owned by fellow Atholl Highlander Jock McKenzie and before that by Bob Kettles a neighbour of Jock’s who bought them from Peter Henderson in 1908. They are silver and ivory. (see image detail of drone slide). I attach the background of Bob at the end.
Contact Neil on 07796926556
Fine Sinclair Bagpipe – sold
Sinclair pipes £3500 ono: a set of plain silver and ivory Sinclair pipes in excellent condition. The silver is hallmarked 1973. The pipes have a Bannantyne medium bag, blue velvet cover and silver coloured silk cords; an aluminium carry case is included in the sale. Contact Neill Mulvie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beautiful set of ebony, full ivory bagpipes that have been fully restored by Dunbar Bagpipes. The pipes are dark ebony (see photographs and drone detail above). These bagpipes have been well looked after and produce a quality, trouble free, tone. Would suit a keen player willing to invest in a nice sounding bagpipe. Price is £2,600 ono. Anyone interested in buying these pipes should contact Wilma via email- email@example.com or by telephone (07854938223).
Outstanding James Robertson Bagpipe For Sale – sold
1948 James Robertson, Edinburgh, silver/ivory bagpipes (detail of projecting mount top picture); runic design; David Naill blackwood chanter with silver sole; one owner; newly refurbished; pristine condition; $6,000 USD.
Contact J. McIntosh. Phone (412) 889-8516 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org