A collection of four mounted cartoon prints on Irish subjects from ‘Punch’ and similar papers, 19th century, with recent hand colouring, titles include ‘The Saxon Oppressor’, ‘Irish Ingenuity’ etc. (4)More details ›
Prints from ‘Punch’
A good collection of four mounted cartoon prints on Irish subjects from Punch, 1920s, featuring Michael Collins (3) and Eamon de Valera (2) entited ‘The Mad Bull’ Feb. 15th 1922; “The Evil Genie” April 12 1922; “A Son of Liberty” May 31st 1922 and “The Man Who Swallowed the Oath” August 24 1927.More details ›
Vanity Fair prints, Home Rule Leaders
A collection of seven prints comprising of;
– Issac Butt “Home Rule”, May 3 1873
– Charles Stuart Parnell (framed)
– Parnell & Dillon “Force no Remedy”, Dec 6 1881
– John Dillon “The Plan of Campaign”, May 7 1887
– John Redmond “Elisha” Nov 12 1892
– John Redmond “The Irish Petrel” July 7 1904
– William O’Brien “United Ireland” May 1907More details ›
Vanity Fair prints, Irish Earls
A collection of four prints comprising of;
– Earl of Harrington “An Unexpected Earl” Oct 25 1873
– Lord Ardilaun “A Practical Patriot” May 8 1880
– Earl of Mount Cashel “Ninety One” Sept 8 1883
– Earl of Limerick “A Freeman” July 11 1885More details ›
Vanity Fair prints, Irish M.Ps
A collection of five prints comprising of;
– William Henry Gregory “An Art Critic” Dec 30 1871
– James Delahunty “Currency” Aug 3 1872
– Henry Mitchell “Home Rule” April 19 1879
– O’Donaghue of the Glens “The O’Donaghue” Oct 23 1880
– Edward Gibson “Dublin University” July 4 1885More details ›
Vanity Fair prints, English Politicans
A collection of four prints comprising of;
– Augustine Birrell “The Passive Register’s Last Hope”
– Joseph Chamberlain “Our Joe” Jan 27 1877
– William Gladstone May 26 1898
– Gerald Balfour “A Chief Secretary” Dec 10 1896More details ›
Vanity Fair prints, Military Irish
Two prints; Colonel Vesey Dawson “Irish Guards” Dec 13 1900
and Lord Otho Augustus Fitzgerald “A Message from the Queen”More details ›
A recorded tribute by Prionsias Mac Aonghusa.
Long-playing vinyl disc in sleeve. Mercier Press 1968.
No guarantee is given as to condition.More details ›
Fr. Albert Bibby and Fr. Dominic O’Connor
A very good original photographic print, circa 16 x 20 cms, mounted with manuscript title, showing the two Franciscans who served as chaplains to Republicans 1916-1922, strolling through the rain outside a church, 1922, probably in Dublin.
After Independence the two Franciscans were posted abroad by their religious superiors, and were never able to return to Ireland. Their bodies were repatriated by the Cork Old IRA in the 1950s.More details ›
Photographs of the Troubles
A very good collection of circa 25 photographic prints showing scenes and personalities from the independence struggle, various sizes, some original prints, others more recent, some by Cashman, others derived from film, subjects include De Valera and Collins at Croke Park, British soldiers in Gardiner Street, smoke rising over the Custom House, etc. Some with captions to rear.
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Original photographic print, circa 20 x 22 cms, showing members of Parnell’s family (his brother and two sisters) at the graveside the day after his burial, captioned to rear, lower corner torn with minor loss.More details ›
Sinn Fein: Election Posters – Sinn Fein Final Rally G.P.O. Sat. Sept. 30 … Eire Saor O’Lar go Farraige!, with list of Speakers Tomas Misteil, Tomas O’Dubhghaill, & Seamus Mac Aonghusa, approx. 76 x 51cm, & Vote No. 1 Misteil Tomas, Sinn Fein, approx. 38 x 51cm; = and two Election Posters for Sean Garland, issued by Myles Shovlin, agent for candidate, approx. 76 x 51cm, all single sheets, printed one side only in colour. As a coll., w.a.f. (4)More details ›
Sinn Fein: Group of 4 Election Posters, John Bull’s Satellite, 35 Years in Flight from Facts – Free State – Vote Sinn Fein and Take it Down, approx. 76 x 51cm; = also One Parliament – One Army – One People, Vote Sinn Fein; = The Future is in Your Hands – Vote Sinn Fein; = and Sinn Fein Amhain An t-Slighe Amhain, all colour printed, last 3 items approx. 51 x 38cm, single sheets, printed one side only, as a coll., w.a.f. (4)More details ›
First Cork Brigade: A good broadside poster, Veterans of the Old I.R.A., 4th & 10th Battalion 1st Cork Brigade,… Grand Dance, … at Strand Palace, Youghal, Printed by Field, Youghal, in red & black, circa 1945, approx. 76 x 51cm, v. good. (1)More details ›
Co. Kerry: “The Man in Jail” A broadside poster, A Contingent comprising Members of Kerry County Council … have arrived in the Constituency. Do what Kerry wants you to Do!! Vote for ‘The Man in Jail,’ No publisher, no date, approx. 57 x 40.5cm. Rare. (1)More details ›
Second World War: A large broadside Poster, “Oglaigh na h-Eireann – Recruits Wanted for the Volunteers … National Service,” Printed for Stationary Office, Dublin by Corrigan & Wilson Ltd., circa April 1939, approx. 76 x 51cm. Unusual.
* Provenance: Purchased at Dispersal Sale at Lissadell, Co. Sligo. (1)More details ›
Dublin Municipal Elections, 1920: North Dock & North City Wards. Municipal Elections January 1920, A lg. broadside poster advertising eight candidates, mostly trade unionists, ‘who stand for Nationality, Trade Unionism, Progress and Efficiency,’ including Joseph M. Stanley (Gaelic Press) & James Mallon, Hairdresser (Official Frongoch Barber). Some minor fraying at edges, fold marks, approx. 86 x 56cm, printed by Cherry & Smallridge. Good, Scarce. (1)More details ›
First World War: Large broadside Poster printed in green and black, “Soldiers’ Separation Allowances,” Increased Rates from March 1st 1915, printed by Falconer, Dublin, approx. 76 x 51cm, in very good condition. Rare.
* Provenance: Purchased at the dispersal sale at Lissadell, Co. Sligo. (1)More details ›
First World War: A broadside poster, approx. 76 x 51cm, headed “Special Poster ‘A’ / Calling Out / of The / Army Reserve,’ etc., calling up various categories of officers and reservists, Colchester printed, no date circa 1914. Scarce. (1)More details ›
First World War: “The ‘German’ Catholics, a large colour printed broadside poster, signed by Rev. Wm. P. Burke, C.C. Cahir, 14th Nov. 1915, and printed by Alex Thom & Co., Dublin, approx. 76 x 51cm, v. good. Rare.
* Provenance: Purchased at dispersal sale at Lissadell, Co. Sligo. (1)More details ›