1958 Robertson S&I bagpipes complete with extra poly chanter and Robertson ivory practice chanter in a pipe major’s case. Excellent condition $6000 firm
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TIP OF THE DAY
Never place a natural bag in water at any time. The skins are specially tanned to take them from a moist state to a dry condition. Any moisture that is added to the skin will cause decay and return it to its original uncured state.
James Begg, Begg Bagpipes, Glasgow