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21 Scottish Gift ideas to consider this festive season

© Supplied/ShutterstockBrowse a bonnie selection of gifts including Legendary Scotland - Myths, Folklore and Unexplained Events (pictured).
Browse a bonnie selection of gifts including Legendary Scotland - Myths, Folklore and Unexplained Events (pictured).

Featuring a selection of stocking fillers, delicious hampers, nostalgic fitba’ books and more, browse a selection of Scottish gifts available to order just in time for the big day.

1. The Broons Personalised Annual 2022

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The Broons Personalised Annual 2022.

Ye dinnae need tae be called Broon tae get your name on the front o’ The Broons Annual!

Personalise the latest annual from The Broons, adding a thoughtful talking point this Christmas.

Simply add your own personal message to the opening pages and choose a name that will appear at the top of each page.

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2. Oor Wullie Hae A Braw Christmas Jumper

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Oor Wullie Hae A Braw Christmas Jumper.

A lovely way to celebrate the festive season, this Hae A Braw Christmas! Jumper features Wullie sitting on his bucket, with the caption “Hooray! Santa Claus Is Comin’ The Nicht!”.

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3. The Broons Merry Christmas A’Body Jumper

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The Broons Merry Christmas A’Body Jumper.

A cosy way to celebrate the festive season, this snazzy jumper is the perfect festive gift for fans of The Broons.

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4. The Broons & Oor Wullie Monopoly

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The Broons & Oor Wullie Monopoly.

Oor Wullie is always game for a laugh, an the Broons ken a’ aboot family fun … so here’s a game that’s full o’ laughs an’ is fun for a’ the family an’ friends.

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5. Whaur’s Oor Wullie & Kelpies Jigsaw Puzzle

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Whaur’s Oor Wullie & Kelpies Jigsaw Puzzle.

In this fun jigsaw puzzle, Oor Wullie is oot an aboot at the Kelpies.

As well as looking out for Wullie, try and spot some of your favourite characters including The Broons; Maw, Paw, Granpaw, Hen, Joe, Maggie, Daphne, Horace, The Twins an’ the Bairn.

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6. Lifted Over The Turnstiles Volume 2 and 3

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Lifted Over The Turnstiles Volume 2 and 3.

The latest titles featuring photos discovered in the DC Thomson archive, Lifted Over The Turnstiles Volume 2 and 3 are now available.

Following up 2018’s Lifted Over The Turnstiles, Steve Finan continues his exploration of Scottish football grounds in the Black and White era.

Providing a foreword apiece, former Scotland manager Craig Brown (Volume 2) and former Scotland international, Leanne Crichton (Volume 3) start both titles off in style.

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Hibs brought George Best to Easter Road in 1979. Featured in Lifted Over The Turnstiles Volume 2.

Across the two volumes, teams featured include Rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen, the Dundee Clubs, Third Lanark, Clyde, Motherwell, Hearts and Hibs.

Steve also discusses stadium corners, dugouts, floodlights, football violence and one of history’s greatest football matches.

A 7-3 thriller at Hampden, the 1960 European Cup Final between Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt still holds the record attendance for a European Cup final.

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Ferenc Puskás scoring against Eintracht Frankfurt during the 1960 European Cup Final.

Stars taking to the field that day included Ferenc Puskas, Alfredo di Stefano and Gento.

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7. We Had A Dream – Scotland Internationals In The Black & White Era

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We Had A Dream – Scotland Internationals In The Black & White Era.

A cause that unites the nation, relive decades of the Scotland National Team’s long and notable history.

Serving up plenty of highs and lows, We Had A Dream explores the best and worst of times for oor national team.

Featuring hundreds of archive photos and tales from Scotland’s past, revisit a host of famous players, matches and managers etched into Scottish football history.

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Campbell Forsyth and Billy McNeill, 1964.

Iconic names making an appearance include Denis Law (who also provides the foreword), Dalglish, Bremner, Johnstone and Jordan.

Read about the famous Wembley Wizards triumph, Hughie Gallacher, the disastrous 1954 World Cup and more on a wonderful trip down memory lane covering decades of the team’s history.

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8. Rangers – In The Black & White Era

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Rangers – In The Black & White Era.

Featuring icons including Bill Struth, John Greig, George Young and Jim Baxter, explore decades of club history with Rangers – In The Black & White Era.

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Davie Cooper playing for Rangers in 1978.

Containing hundreds of never-before-seen photos, many lain unseen for far too long, the book features some incredible snaps of Ibrox, famous matches and names still discussed to this day.

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9. Celtic – In The Black & White Era

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Celtic – In The Black & White Era.

Lain hidden in archives for 40, 50 or even 60 years, Celtic – In The Black & White Era includes some incredible photos from Celtic’s long and notable past.

The Lisbon Lions, Jinky, Gil Heron, the 1970 Battle of Britain tie against Leeds and more all feature.

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Willie Fernie in 1954.

A great gift idea for the Celtic fan in your life, relive some of Celtic and Scottish football’s most important moments with this nostalgic step back in time.

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10. Dark Blue Blood – Scottish Rugby In The Black & White Era

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Dark Blue Blood – Scottish Rugby In The Black & White Era.

The ultimate nostalgia trip for rugby fans, Dark Blue Blood is filled with fascinating archive photos.

Famous teams, matches and old foes all present, this unique record acts as a reminder of how rugby in Scotland used to be in decades gone by.

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11. The Scots Magazine Calendar 2022

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The Scots Magazine Calendar 2022.

A great spread of photographs showing off scenic Scotland, the latest calendar from The Scots Magazine is the perfect gift for anyone who loves the country.

Greeted by a stunning view each month, destinations range from the Cairngorms to the scenic Scottish islands, each photo showcasing Scotland’s natural beauty through the seasons.

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12. Legendary Scotland – Myths, Folklore and Unexplained Events

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Legendary Scotland – Myths, Folklore and Unexplained Events.

Take a journey through Celtic mythology and Scottish folklore with the latest release from The Scots Magazine team.

Digging deep into their archives dating all the way back to 1739, browse some of the strangest tales from Scottish history.

During your read-through, you’ll discover monsters, forgotten folklore, tales of witchcraft, terrifying hauntings and mythical creatures.

A book exploring Scotland’s long and fascinating culture, Legendary Scotland digs into Scotland’s past events, beliefs and traditions that still influence us to this day.

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12. Scotland Argentina ’78 T-Shirt

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Scotland Argentina ’78 T-Shirt.

Celebrating one of Scotland’s (and the world’s?) greatest sporting moments, this retro nod to Archie Gemmill’s stunning brace against the Dutch during the 1978 World Cup is a stylish design sure to get a few compliments.

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13. Oor Wullie Disco Boogie T-Shirt

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Oor Wullie Disco Boogie T-Shirt.

“Aye, Sir, I Can Boogie” – a must-have design for any Scotland fan, cheer the team on next year with this colourful T-Shirt guaranteed to get a few laughs.

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15. Walkers Aberlour Hamper

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Walkers Aberlour Hamper.

A traditional hamper bursting with Scottish flavour, the Aberlour from Walkers is a Christmas classic.

Perfect for sharing with friends and family, the hamper arrives with a host of treats including Petticoat tails, Ecclefechan tarts and all-important biscuits for cheese.

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16. Dean’s Merry Christmas, Deer! hamper

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Dean’s Merry Christmas, Deer! hamper.

Tuck into a selection of festive flavours with the Merry Christmas, Deer! hamper from Dean’s.

Offering a little of the traditional alongside unique flavours, nibbles include Milk Choc and Honeycomb shortbread and Sour Cherry & Dark Chocolate Shortbread Rounds.

Stylishly presented in festive packaging, your chosen recipient will also receive a keepsake Tam McDeer tin filled with delicious Dean’s shortbread!

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17. Glasgow Gin

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Glasgow Gin.

Light, fresh and fruity, made to a special recipe, Glasgow Gin has a personality of its own.

A quadruple-distilled pure grain spirit made from 100% wheat and redistilled using ten flavoursome botanicals, this is a gin of outstanding flavour and smoothness.

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18. Taste of Scotland Hamper

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Taste of Scotland Hamper.

Arriving in a Seagrass Tray, this tasty hamper is filled with classic Scottish produce.

Dundee cake, shortbread and handmade chocolate slabs all make an appearance, complemented by a bottle of red wine.

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19. Scotland Jigsaw

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Scotland Jigsaw.

Noted for his witty, funny artwork, Tim Bulmer has created a lighthearted design showing famous cities from around Scotland.

Once completed, be on the lookout for Nessie, Harris Tweed, a giant bottle of whisky and bagpipes!

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20. Glasgow Memories

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Glasgow Memories.

Brought to you by The Sunday Post, browse and learn about Glasgow’s vibrant past with this great coffee table read.

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Sauchiehall Street in April 1973.

Capturing the city in days gone by, classic archive photos take you on a grand tour, stopping by famous landmarks and looking at much-loved traditions.

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21. Edinburgh Memories

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Edinburgh Memories.

Celebrating our capital, Edinburgh Memories takes readers on a journey back in time courtesy of some stunning archive photos.

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Edinburgh’s Grassmarket in 1961.

Covering decades of history, you’ll see “Auld Reekie” and its proud inhabitants like never before. The perfect gift for anyone that loves the beautiful city!

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