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Registration notes: A Scott-Adie (London) catalogue of the early 1900's showed a tie in this 'Brown' tartan. John Brown, Queen Victoria's Highland servant usually wore a tweed kilt claiming that although of Highland origin, he had no claim to any specific tartan. This has also been reported as being sold as Grady (see # 5083 and 1141). 7th Aug 2009 - letter from chief of the Brouns/Browns Sir Wayne Hercules Broun 14th Baronet asking that the clan tartan be recorded as using a very light blue rather than the conventional medium blue. However, the changing of what may have been recognised for quite some years as a tartan for Browns, could 'disenfranchise' all those Browns who have purchased the dark blue version and is to be avoided if at all possible. There is a sample of Brown with a grey in place of the dark blue under the double set of tramlines which may be a weathered or faded version of this # 432. Letter in archives. Buy products in Brown Modern :