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About VHPT

Hamilton Palace was demolished during the 1920s, after its vast and exceptional collections had been dispersed in a series of sales from the 1880s onward.

The Virtual Hamilton Palace Trust has been formed to recreate the Palace in a virtual world on the internet and to reassemble as far as possible its unique collection of paintings, furniture and objets d'art through a series of research projects.

The Trust is a company limited by guarantee (Registered no SC2543452) and has charitable status (Charity No SC034592). It is registered under the Data Protection Act.


Dr Rosalind K. Marshall (Chairman)
George P. Mackenzie, (Vice-Chairman)
Dr Godfrey H. Evans, National Museums of Scotland
Rosemary Colquhoun WS (Secretary)
Dr Gordon M Wyllie WS

Secretary & Contact:

Rosemary Colquhoun WS
81 Trinity Road

tel & fax:   0131 552 8038

Registered Office:

Dundas House
Westfield Park
EH22 3FB


Adam & Company
22 Charlotte Square


Campbell Dallas
Dundas House
Westfield Park
EH22 3FB


The Duke of Hamilton


The Trust has received sponsorship and support either directly or in the form of donations or grants from:

Adam & Company
Biggart Baillie
Byteback Systems
Dan & Jennifer Cohen
John & Susan Cruikshank
H & K Estates, Lennoxlove
Henderson Loggie, Chartered Accountants
Lyon and Turnbull
National Archives of Scotland
National Museums of Scotland
New Opportunities Fund
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network
Dr Godfrey Evans
An Anonymous Donor

Trial Access
Trial access to this prototype site (with a temporary username and password) can  be arranged by contacting Celia Curnow, Project Editor, Virtual Hamilton Palace Trust.
Please get back to us with any comments you might have.The useability of this site will only improve with feedback to the inventories editorial board


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