Newspaper: S.S. Titanic, [The Daily Mirror], dated April 16th, 1912 – “Disaster to The Titanic: World’s Larget Ship Collides with an Iceberg in the Atlantic during her Maiden Voyage,” tabloid size, L. 1912, 16pps, illus. & adverts, as a newspaper, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Booklet: S.S. Titanic, [Lloyd’s Weekly News], The Deathless Story of the Titanic, lg. 4to, L. (Lloyds Weekly News) c. 1912 Second Edn., illus. & adverts throughout, 40pps, some-foxing, ptd. wrappers. Scarce. (1)More details ›
The Titanic and The Carpathia
Two Un-transmitted Marconigrams from R.M.S Carpathia, April 1912, the first reading Laurel House.. Mrs. Compton and daughter on Carpathia: the second to Laval University, Montreal, Judge Mathieu Saved, both stamped NOT TRANSMITTED; TOGETHER WITH A Titanic Relief Fund Cheque to Mrs. Ada West, signed by Recipient on reverse. (3)
Rescue Items relating to the Carpathia are Scarce.
* RMS Carpathia was a Cunard Line transatlantic passenger steamship built by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson. Carpathia made her maiden voyage in 1903 and became famous for rescuing the survivors of RMS Titanic after the latter ship hit an iceberg and sank on 15 April 1912. Carpathia herself was sunk in the Atlantic on 17 July 1918 during the First World War after being torpedoed by an Imperial German Navy U-boat.More details ›
TITANIC DISASTER 15 APRIL 1912.
Shipping Casualties. (Loss of the Steamship “Titanic”). Report of Formal Investigation into the circumstances attending the foundering on 15th April 1912, of the British Steamship “Titanic” of Liverpool, after striking ice ..
whereby loss of life ensued. Folio blue wrappers, 74 pp, recent buckram, HMSO 1912, Cd. 6352. In excellent condition, rare in this condition.
The authoritative and very detailed report, including an account of the ship, its safety and other features, the accident and rescue and the Court’s
conclusions, with a list of 24 recommendations.
Laid in is a Return of the Expenses incurred by the Board of Trade and
other Government Departments in the course of the investigation, HMSO 1913, 4 pp. (2)More details ›
Titanic: A printed 12 page Mass Booklet for St. Paul’s Cathedral, Friday 19th April 1912, at 12 noon, Memorial Service for those who perished through the foundering of the S.S. Titanic on Monday, April 15th, 1912, 4to, Moorefields (R.E. Thomas & Co.) 1912, ptd. wrappers, together with a reproduction postcard of the service, as a lot. Scarce. (1)More details ›
Titanic: An In Memoriam folded Card, the fornt “Peace Perfect Peace,” opening to reveal a black and white Photo of the R.M.S. Titanic, and “In Sacred Memory of The “Titanic”, which collided with an iceberg of Cape Race, on April 15th, 1912. The most appalling disaster in Maritime History with a loss of over 1,500 lives.” the reverse with a two paragraph poem, as a card. Scarce. (1)More details ›
Titanic: Dean (Millvina) A one page m/ss letter to a Mrs. Baker from Miss Dean dated January 22nd 2004 from “Wood Lands,” Southampon, S040 7HV, referring to a meeting with a Dr. Ballard, and referrin to her mother and her brothers survival of the Titanic Disater, she also refers to her mothers re-marriage, and when she first came to knowledge of her Titanic experience, signed “Best Wishes for 2004, sincerely Millvina Dean” on a folded paper card. An interesting letter. (1)More details ›
Ephemera: S.S. Titanic, a framed collage of replica documents and photographs relating to the “Titanic” to inlcude, advertisemtn for the White Star Line, 2nd Class Diner Menu, interior Photographs etc., as a replica, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
1798: Madden (R.R.) The United Irishmen, Their Lives and Times, First – Fourth Series, 4 vols. 8vo D. 1858 – 1860. Second Edn., Ports. etc., cont. mor. backed cloth boards. V. good. (4)More details ›
1798: Byrne (Myles) Memoires d Un Exile Irlandais de 1798, 2 vols. in one, 8vo Paris 1864. First Edn. in French, engd. port. frontis. Vol. I, cont. mor. backed cloth. Scarce. (2)More details ›
Casement (Roger) The Crime against Europe, 8vo D. 1758, First Edn., d.w.; Monteith (R.) Casement’s Last Adventure, D. 1953; Maloney (Wm. J.) The Forged Casement Diaries, D. 1936, First Edn., d.w.; Gwynn (D.) The Life and Death of Roger Casement, L. n.d. (4)More details ›
1798: The Beauties of The Press; with an Appendix, Containing The Speech of Arthur O’Connor, on The Catholic Question… also His Letter to Lord Castlereagh. 8vo L. 1800. First Edn., cont. tree calf, mor. label. V. good. Scarce. (1)More details ›
Pearse (P.H.) Three Lectures on Gaelic topics, 12mo D. 1898. First Edn. of Pearse’s First Book, orig. cloth. Good; Griffith (A.) The Resurrection of Hungary, 8vo D. 1918, cloth; De Burca (P.) & Boyle (J.F.) Free State or Republic, sm. 8vo D. 1922 First Edn., d.w., v. good; Stephens (James) The Insurrection in Dublin, D. 1916. First Edn., cloth; Norway (MRs. H.) The Sinn Fein Rebellionas I saw it, L. 1916. First Edn., frontis & illus., cloth; & 3 othes. Good lot. (9)More details ›
Shiel (R.L.) Sketches Legal and Political by the Late Rt. Hon. Richard Lalor Sheil, 2 vols. sm. 8vo L. 1855. First Edn., ed. by M.W. Savage, cont. hf. calf, mor. labels; Mitchel (John) The History of Ireland, 2 vols. sm. 8vo D. 1869. cont. hf. green mor. All good. (4)More details ›
Signed by Jim Larkin
Fox (R.M.) the History of the Irish Citizen Army, sm. 8vo D. 1943. First Edn., Signed ‘Yours Fra. Jim Larkin, 1943,’ cloth, spine dam., d.w. (1)More details ›
Sigerson (George) Political Prisoners at Home and Abroad, 8vo L. 1890. First Edn., lacks front & end loose blanks, cloth. (1)More details ›
Signed by de Valera
Political: Bunreacht na hEireann (Constitution of Ireland), 8vo D. (Govt. Pub. Sales Office) 1945, signed by “Eamon de Valera 9-X-47,” cloth. Good clean copy. (1)More details ›
Collins (Michael) The Path to Freedom, 8vo D. (The Talbot Press) 1922, Fist edn., port. frontis, cloth, with illus. front cover. Good clean copy. (1)More details ›
World War I: Hennessy (T.F.) The Great War 1914 – 1918. Bank of Ireland Staff, – Service Record, roy 8vo D. (Alex Thom & Co. 1920. First Edn., illus. thro-out, uncut, cloth, d.w.; Redmond (Maj. Wm.) Trench Pictures from France, 8vo L. 1917. First Edn., port. frontis, cloth. (2)More details ›
1798 etc: Chart (D.A.)ed. The Drennan Letters, roy 8vo Belfast 1931. First Edn. frontis cloth. (1)More details ›