Clan Buchanan

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Clans:
Buchanan
Cameron

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Gordon
MacGregor
MacKenzie
MacLeod
MacMillan
Ross
Sinclair
Stewart

 

Arms & motto of the Buchanan clan:

Arms: Or, a lion rampant sable, armed and langued gules. Crest: A hand holding up a ducal cap. Supporters: Two falcons proper garnished or.
Ancient motto: above crest, "Audaces Juvo" (I help the brave); below the shield, "Clarior hinc honos" (Brighter hence the honour).
Badge: Bilberry
Slogan: Clar Innis (an island on Lock Lomond)
Buchanan trading cards:
Two trading cards. The one on the left was issued in 1927 by Mitchell cigarettest and reissued in 1993 by William Grant the distillers. It shows the Buchanan tartan and a portrait of George Buchanon (1506-1582) one of the most famous Latin scholars of his time.
The cigarette card on the right was first issued in 1907 by John Player & Sons.


You can buy framed reproductions of these cards: scroll down for more info
Territory of the Buchanan clan:
The origin of the clan has been traced to Anselan o Kyan, son of a king of Ulster, who landed in Argyll about 1016. This ancient clan takes its name from the lands of Buchanan in Stirlingshire and for centuries the Buchanans held extensive possessions in the Loch Lomond district. Earlier branches having become extinct , the chiefship of the clan passed to the Buchanans of Leny.
Buchanan gifts:
Code: BUFA
BUFB
BUFC
  Reproductions of the two trading cards and a print of the Buchanan tartan mounted and framed in black wood frames approx 14x17cm overall size.
Price: £8.50 / US$ 14 each plus p&p. How to order? - click here
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We have a number of Scotland related items of our own for sale. Click here to go to our shop.

Click on the Clan Shop link to the right for lots of Buchanan gifts and a wealth of Scottish gifts offered by the Scotch Corner Stores

The Clan Shop
  Buchanan Links: The Buchanan Society, Glasgow
The world's oldest clan society
Buchanan Castle
Photos of Scotland by Donald Buchanan
 
  Septs Buchanan, MacAslan, MacAuselan, MacAuslan, MacAusland, MacAuslane, McAuslin, MacWattie and Risk .
Colman, Cormack, Cousland, Dewar, Dove, Dow, Gibb, Gibbon, Gibson, Gilbert, Gilbertson, Harper, Harperson, Leavy, Lennie, Lenny, MacAldonich, MacAlman, MacAslan, MacAslin, MacAuselan, MacAuslan, MacAusland, MacAuslane, MacAlman, MacAlmont, MacAmmond, MacAsland, MacChruiter, MacColman, MacCormack, MacCubbin, MacxCubbing, MacCubin, MacGeorge, MacGibbon, MacGreuisich, MacGubbin, MacInally, MacIndeor, MacIndoe, MacKinlay, MacKinley, MacMaster, MacMaurice, MacMurchie, MacMurchy, MacNeur, MacNuir, MacNuyer, MacQuattie, MacWattie, MacWhirter, Masters, Masterson, Morrice, Morris, Morrison, Murchie, Murchison, Richardson, Risk, Rusk, Ruskin, Spittal, Spittel, Walter, Walters, Wason, Waters, Watson, Watt, Watters, Weir, Yuill, Yool, Yule, Zuill.
 
 
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