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    National Museums Scotland

    We produce lavishly illustrated catalogues for Museum exhibitions such as The Jacobites; Scotland's Early Silver; Rip it up: The story of Scottish pop; Embroidered Stories: Scottish Samplers and Wild and Majestic: Romantic Visions of Scotland (the book of the summer exhibition in 2019). Our very varied list includes: The Lewis Chessmen Unmasked; Early Medieval Scotland; Commando Country; Scottish Photography: The First Thirty Years; Sir Walter Scott: A Life in Story and Jock's Jocks: Voices of Scottish Soldiers from the First World War, a co-publication with the European Ethnological Research Centre.

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    Kabuki: Japanese Theatre Prints

    Exhibition catalog giving highlights of National Museum Scotland's collection of nineteenth century Japanese woodblock prints featuring kabuki performances - a combination of drama, dance, music, and acrobatics.

    Kabuki: Japanese Theatre Prints

    Highlights of National Museum Scotland's collection of nineteenth Japanese woodblock prints featuring kabuki performances - a combination of drama, dance, music, and acrobatics.

    Life Everlasting: The National Museums Scotland Collection of Ancient Egyptian Coffins

    One of the best kept secrets about Egyptian art is the National Museums of Scotland world-class collection. This is the first book devoted these artefacts and art.

    Mary Slessor: The Barefoot Missionary

    Updated edition - the story of the Dundee mill girl turned missionary who became one of the most remarkable Scotswomen of any generation and the first woman to be depicted on a Scottish banknote.

    Matthew Forster Heddle

    An account, by his great-great-grandson, of Professor Matthew Heddle (1828-97, a larger-than-life character and one of Scotland's most famous mineralogists.

    Miss Cranston: Patron of Charles Rennie Mackintosh

    A reissue to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Ahead of her time, and with a commitment to quality, Glasgow entrepreneur Miss Kate Cranston ensured that her famous Tearooms were designed and furnished by talented young artists like Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

    National Museum of Scotland Souvenir Guide

    The book showcases the Museum's many treasures from the Departments of Scottish History and Archaeology; Art, Design and Fashion; Natural Science; Science and Technology; and World Cultures.

    Northern Lights: The Age of Scottish Lighthouses

    The book was published to celebrate the 200th anniversary, on 11 February 2011, of the world's oldest rock lighthouse, the Bell Rock Lighthouse, off the coast of the county of Angus, Scotland.

    Past, Present & Future Craft Practice

    An introduction to craft research - a new form of craft practice - with an alternative approach to developing craft and its economy in the 21st century.

    National Museums Scotland