“A Present from the International Exhibition – Edinburgh 1886” woven in the Exhibition by WH Grant & Co. This is similar in detail to the other multiple Grants on the site, combining some of the silks already detailed. Although Godden does not mention this specific combination it is clear that the silks were mounted at random to permit choice to the attending public. This item proves that the three views and the coat of arms were used as a souvenir of the Exhibition in their own right. The pictures are: The Coat of Arms (large), Band Stand, Exhibition Building, and The Netherbow Port. The back label is complete and is informative. It gives details of: “Three Views of the Old Edinburgh Street” & another combination not represented on the site.There is no specific mention of the others I have listed available here. This, like all the others that relate to the Exhibition, are very rare indeed.