Duncan MacDougall...2

I was attending practice with the Celtic Nations Pipe Band in Milwaukee when this very attractive young lady walked in with two bagpipe cases.  Her grandfather had passed away and left her his Henderson bagpipe.  She had a letter from him and handed it to me.  Sure enough, he was leaving his Henderson bagpipe to his granddaughter.  I opened the cover to the case and quickly closed it.  I looked at her and said "Well, I've got some bad news and some good news.  They're not Henderson."  She looked stunned.  I then explained that she had a pristine set of Duncan MacDougall bagpipe made of cocuswood and ivory.  Her comment was "Is that good?"  Yeah, that's good alright.  The bagpipe is pictured to the right, along side my silver and ivory Bowen Classic.
Museum The Bagpipe Place