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0844 870 9951
Visit us 7 days a week at Rait and Abernyte 10am until 4:30, or alternatively contact Julie between 8am and 8pm to arrange a personal visit or consultation for appraisals, valuations (including probate) and purchases, from single items to full house clearances of Auntiques.
0844 493 2184
A fourteenth-century castle with magnificent plaster ceilings. Open April to October.
01546 510 278
350 ancient monuments are sited within a six-mile radius of the village of Kilmartin, Argyll: 150 of them are prehistoric. Kilmartin House is a world-class centre for archaeology and landscape interpretation which combines a Museum of Ancient Culture and new research facility with a visitor ...
Lang Syne publish more than 200 Scottish book titles covering history, clans, customs, music, language, topography, biographies, the supernatural Etc. All our books are printed and published in Scotland.
Extensive stock of secondhand and antiquarian Scottish books for sale
Leghorn Books is the publisher of The Buttercup, which tells the heartwarming story of the Scottish entrepreneur and secret philanthropist, Andrew Ewing, and the iconic Buttercup Dairy Company.
The premier self-catering lodge accommodation in the heart of Scotland
Book publisher and wholesaler, offering Scottish books, calendars, post cards and greetings cards.
0131 557 8844
Regular auctions in books, maps and manuscripts, art and paintings, jewellery and silver, antiques and furniture.
Collections of high quality material, most notably Egyptian and Classical antiquities, non-Western ethnography, Scottish prehistory and numismatics, that rank alongside the largest in Scotland.
0844 493 2129
Once the home of a branch of Clan McAlister and the birthplace of Sir Ralph Abercromby. Open Easter to September.