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SALE ITEMS

While the Mugdock Collection sells fine china pieces and commemorative plates, there are other options to collect clan clothing and get other treasures to show your Graham pride. One option is to purchase new clan merchandise from The Quartermaster's Chest and another is to buy gently used items from other Grahams through our classified ads section. Click on the links below to find more sale items.

The Quartermaster's Chest

Trustee Scott Graham is the Society's Quartermaster and he maintains a virtual chest of clan clothing, accessories and other items. Click HERE to view what is on sale and download the catalog and order form.

Clan Classifieds

Got a kilt you have outgrown or other Clan Graham items you would like to sell? “Clan Graham Classifieds” is a free online service designed to assist sellers of Graham merchandise contact prospective buyers. To place an ad online, please e-mail a digital photo of your item along with a brief description, your name, e-mail address and price to Joel Warren at joel37027@comcast.net. Please note that the Clan Graham Society plays no role in negotiating sales or in financial settlement for purchases and accepts no responsibility for the quality of merchandise or the actions of the buyer or seller.

Other Sale Items

  • Roots Magic CD - $20
    A CD is available containing the updated version of the Roots Magic genealogy program which holds our genealogy database. The cost is $20 with most of this as a donation for your local Graham tent convener to help them defray their costs of hosting a tent. The CD is not Mac-compatible. To order this CD, contact Nellie Lowry, clan genealogist, at LowryLines@aol.com.
  • DVD Archive of The Clan Graham News - $20
    All issues of The Clan Graham News from 1976-early 2011 are archived on a special DVD (access to 2011-present editions are on the Members Only site). The early newsletters are very fragile and each had to be carefully scanned by hand because of the binding. These archives are a great historical resource for clan members. To order a copy of this DVD, contact Nellie Lowry, clan genealogist, at LowryLines@aol.com.