Republican Postcards. A collection of eleven photographic portrait postcards, leaders of the 1916 Rising, with two postcards of scenes from the Rising and one unrelated card, all postally used (mostly much later, postmarks dated in 1940s).More details ›
Postcard sent from Richmond Barracks, bearing Rotunda cancellation mark and depicting “Before and After the Sinn Fein Rebellion”More details ›
‘Irish Rebellion’ Photographic Postcards
A selection of six, some unfamiliar, including Francis X. Flood, Sean Connolly, Michael O’Hanrahan, Sean Mac Diarmada, William Pearse, Thomas MacDonagh, a few slightly soiled; also a group of TDs attending the first session of Dail Eireann, 21 January 1919, with key to names. (7)
Provenance: Papers of James Mallon; by family descent.More details ›
First Dail 1919.
A postcard with a photographic image of 24 members of the First Dail seated and standing outside the Mansion House, with key to names, published by Maire Ni Raghallaigh, Ath Cliath, not postally used.More details ›
Postcards of the 1916 Rising
A very good collection of 27 pictorial postcards mostly showing destruction after the 1916 Rising, clean, some postally used, mostly monochrome with a few in colour, includes one portrait card (Eoin MacNeill), various publishers including Healy, Valentine etc.More details ›
Aftermath of the 1916 Rising
A good collection of 15 contemporary picture postcards showing scenes of destruction in Dublin after the Rising, mostly monochrome, a few in colour, a few postally used, a clean lot.More details ›
Irish Rebellion May 1916
A rare photographic postcard showing a group of British officers at the Parnell monument in Dublin (top of Sackville St.), carrying a captured rebel flag.
Daily Sketch copyright.More details ›
Thomas Francis Meagher
An autograph signed note on a half-sheet of laid paper, embossed ‘O&H’, addressed to W.E. Robinson, saying ‘The $80 will do – I want it only till 10 o’clock tomorrow morning, when you shall positively have it back.’
Thomas Francis Meagher, Young Irelander, was transported to Van Diemen’s Land after the failure of the 1848 rising. After retracting his parole he escaped to the United States, where he gave distinguished service during the Civil War. Afterwards he was appointed secretary of Montana Territory, 1865-66. He died in mysterious circumstances in 1867. W. Robinson is said to have been an American general officer, later Governor of Montana.More details ›
Cry Blood, Cry Erin, by Redmond Fitzgerald
Printed by Vandal Publications, London, 1966More details ›
Eamon de Valera
A lapel badge with photographic portrait, undated, probably 1920s, with a copy of New York Times Book Review, July 1933, including a cover feature on De Valera, and a copy of Time Magazine, 25 March 1940, also with a cover feature on Dev; also an Irish Volunteer uniform button. (4)More details ›
Sinn Fein Rebellion Handbook (1917 issue)
Compiled by the “Weekly Irish Times” Dublin, pink wrappers, fold over map – Pictures of Dublin After the Fighting, June – July 1922 small oblong folio published by Eason & Sons, paper wraps, stitched. – Roger Casement’s Speech from the Dock, (1916?) pamphlet, the cover printed with the national colours.More details ›
A reproduction printed with photographs of the seven signatories, Wolfe Tone, Robert Emmet and provincial symbols in colours, undated, 35.5 x 25.5 cm, framed.More details ›
The Rebellion in Dublin
A booklet of mounted photographs of the destruction in Dublin following the 1916 Rising, published by Easons, oblong folio, illus. wrappers, stitched with a cord. With a copy of the Wolfe Tone Annual 1956, featuring William Rooney, ‘Fear na Muintire’ (A Man of the People).
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Dail Eireann. Official Correspondnence relating to the Peace Negotiations, June-September 1921. Folio printed wrappers, Dublin, October 1921.More details ›
The Book of the Land of Ire.
Being a record of those things that were done by the Men of Ire in the days when the men of Hun made war upon the earth, by Alpheo.
Dublin & London 1919, orig. wrappers.
A satire in biblical style on Anglo-Irish relations, possibly by the critic Ernest Boyd.
An Englishman Talks it Out with an Irishman, by A.R. Orage.
Preface by John Eglinton. Dublin & London 1918.
Nice copies (2).More details ›
The Christian Irishman 1916
Bound volume for 1916 of this Presbyterian monthly published in Dublin, includes comments on the Rising (cf. p. 81-83), where inter alia they reprint the text of the Proclamation, as well as thanking Sir John Maxwell for his ‘firm and wise handling’ of the situation. Quarto, in orig. decorated cloth with design by David Wilson. Scarce.More details ›
The Lepracaun (cartoon monthly).
A collection of ten issues of this humorous periodical, September 1905 – December 1912 (not a complete run), in a portfolio. Includes many cartoons by ‘Fitz’, Thomas Fitzpatrick of Cork, father of the illuminator Mary Fitzpatrick O’Brien and grandfather of the contemporary fantasy artist Jim Fitzpatrick. A good collection of a scarce magazine.More details ›
A collection of eighteenth century lease documents relating to lands from the Earl of Roscommon’s estates, mostly in barony of Gorey, Co. Wexford, including lands in Ballymurtagh Co. Wicklow and Mount Howard Co. Wexford in possession of Howard Kyan (d. 1766), father of Esmonde Kyan (b. 1750), executed for his part in the Wexford Rebellion of 1798 (see Cloney’s Personal Narrative).More details ›
Dail Loan .
Two copies of the printed appeal ‘To the People of Ireland’ issued by Arthur Griffith (Acting President) and Michael Collins (Aire Airgid); with a collection including
– Ten Foot Pikers, a rare Sinn Fein lapel badge by Gaelic Press, 2 x 3 cms;
– Cumann na Poblachta. Ciste na Poblachta. Blank receipt form, printed text in Irish. [Cumann na Poblachta was a political group launched by De Valera in early 1922 after the Treaty vote];
– A blank sheet of Irish Volunteers notepaper with crossed flags device and ‘Sinn Fein abu’ slogan;
– A blank sheet of Saorstat Eireann official notepaper with embossed harp symbol.
As a collection.More details ›
Eucharistic Congress 1932.
A collection including
– The Handbook of the Congress
– Brochure issued by National Bank
– Irish Independent Eucharistic Congress Souvenir 1932
– a collection of 9 photographic postcards, some with traces of mounting.More details ›