London, South Kensington
12 December 2001
Two hessian battle banners, one in red with black rams head motifs representing the Macleod clan -- 45x12in. (114.2x30.5cm.), the other in black with silver flower motifs representing the Kurgan clan -- 35x21in. (88.9x53.3cm.) -- both made for the 1986 20th Century Fox film Highlander; accompanied by two documents concerning the provenance and two colour reproductions of corresponding stills (6)
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These clan banners are identical to those seen in the film during the opening sequences when the MacLeod clan rides through the village to meet the Kurgans and battle commences.
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