website brings you an exquisite collection of rare
antique prints of Arbroath and its surrounding areas
in Angus, Scotland. Included are many pictures of
the famous Arbroath Abbey. The fine art drawings are
ideal as Scottish gifts or souvenirs.
Created by Arbroath artist John Adam,
reproduced as detailed engravings by Amand Durand,
The engravings are now available to buy online as
fine art giclée prints published by the Artists
of Scotland Fine Art Publishing Company.
paintings of each image can also be ordered - contact
us for more information).
above for more details.
print for illustrative purposes only.
prints are available
in two sizes.
Small - 9" x 9"
£14.99 G.B.P. (approx
- 18.5" x 14"
£24.99 G.B.P. (approx
to be framed, complete with a certificate of authenticity.
most appreciated by those of Scottish origin or decent
with links to Arbroath, many of these quality republished
prints are that of the famous Arbroath Abbey where
the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath
took place. SEE
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This famous document was signed on the 6th of April
1320 and has become an internationally recognised
event in Scottish history.
first series of 52 Round O prints, a
detailed antique Scottish map of the same period and
the official colour poster showing the Declaration
of Arbroath are all available to purchase
securely in our online print
by modern day artists including the Bell Rock Lighthouse
and Arbroath as seen in 1740
are also available to buy.
Many more to be added including The Wyndies.
Map of Scotland
showing location of Arbroath -
Learn of the town's history.
! dear memento o' langsyne ;
A thousand mem'ries round thee twine ;
'Red Lichties' here or 'cross the brine,
weal or woe,
Wad never, never like to tyne
Big Round O.
EXTRACT FROM 'THE BIG ROUND O'
G. W. DONALD - 1880SEE
complete collection of reproductions soon available
will total 124 prints (52 being released in the first
series). As each additional print is republished it
will be added to our online print
shop as well as being highlighted on our Featured
source of the engravings, the very rare and antiquated
volume - Round about the Round O with its Poets,
also contains many poems, legends and stories detailing
the life events of historical characters that had
associations with the thriving Scottish town of 'Aberbrothock'.
Throughout this site many of the texts and poems shown
are translated directly from the volume or related
sources and open an interesting window revealing the
history of the area. Visit the archive for more information.
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complete list of Round O prints
Declaration of Arbroath
Official Colour Poster
here to view prints