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Irish Bagpipes, 1910 (c); used by the 2nd Battalion Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians); leather bag with green woollen cover and green silk fringes; oak chantler (replacement) with eight finger holes and ivory finial, bound with white metal ring to engine turned socket; broken mouthpiece and stem; bass drone in three sections bound with white metal with ivory finial, tenor drone, third is missing, joined with green worsted cords and tassels and blue ribbon with green stripes.

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