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The History of the Irish Citizen Army.
The History of the Irish Citizen Army.

FOX, R.M. The History of the Irish Citizen Army. Frontispiece. Dublin: Duffy, 1943. First edition. pp. ix, 241. Green cloth, title in gilt on upper cover and spine. Owner’s signature on front endpaper. A very good copy in frayed dust jacket. The Irish Citizen Army was founded on 23rd November 1913 by Jim Larkin, James […]

85.00
The Land of Lakes: Sporting and Touring Grounds of County Donegal.
The Land of Lakes: Sporting and Touring Grounds of County Donegal.

SHRUBSOLE, Edgar S. The Land of Lakes: Being the Midland Railway Company’s Illustrated Guide to the Sporting and Touring Grounds of County Donegal. With six large folding maps. London: William Cate, 1906. pp. vii, 170, lv (adverts). Green pictorial cloth, title in gilt and black on upper cover and along spine. Signature of Fred. Dixon […]

275.00
The Omagh Almanac and County Tyrone Directory for 1888.
The Omagh Almanac and County Tyrone Directory for 1888.

[OMAGH ALMANAC] The Omagh Almanac and County Tyrone Directory for 1888. Illustrated. Omagh: The Constitution Office, High Street, 1888. pp. 162, plus adverts (unnumbered). Original printed wrappers, repair to spine. A little frayed. Exceedingly rare.

375.00
The Post Chaise Companion: or Traveller's Directory through Ireland.
The Post Chaise Companion: or Traveller’s Directory through Ireland.

[LEWIS, R.] The Post Chaise Companion: or Traveller’s Directory through Ireland. Containing a new and accurate Description of the Direct and principal Cross Roads, with particulars of the Noblemen & Gentlemen’s Seats, Cities, Towns, Parks, Natural Curiosities, Antiquities, Castles, Ruins, Manufactures, Locks, Glens, Harbours, &c. &c. Forming an Historical & Descriptive Account of the Kingdom. […]

475.00
The Tain: Kinsella Thomas & Louis Le BROCQUY.
The Tain: Kinsella Thomas & Louis Le BROCQUY.

KINSELLA, Thomas & Louis Le BROCQUY. The Tain. Translated by Thomas Kinsella from the Irish Táin Bó Cuailgne. Brush Drawings by Louis le Brocquy. Dublin: Dolmen Press 1985. pp. vi, [1], 300, [4]. Small folio. Black cloth, image by Le Brocquy in white on upper cover, title in white on spine. Library Edition with [all] […]

275.00
The Third Lottery Conducted by Thomas Todderick.
The Third Lottery Conducted by Thomas Todderick.

On Principles New in this Kingdom. The Lottery Business will now be Conducted by Thomas Todderick, No. 26, College-Green, Corner of Grafton-Street. Purchasers of Shares to the amount of a Whole Ticket, will be supplied at the price of a Whole Ticket. [Price £22.5.0]. Third Lottery, 1806, begins drawing 14th April, 1807 … First-drawn Ticket, […]

475.00
THOMAS HIBERNICUS. Flores Omnium Fere Doctorum.
THOMAS HIBERNICUS. Flores Omnium Fere Doctorum.

THOMAS HIBERNICUS. Flores Omnium Fere Doctorum. Venetiis: ad Signum Spei 1550. 16mo. 542 leaves. Roman letter, italic sidenotes, woodcut printer’s device. Later vellum parchment, titled in ink on spine. A very good copy. Extremely rare. COPAC locates the Cambridge and Edinburgh copies only. WorldCat 4. This edition not located in Sweeney. This work consists of […]

675.00
TODD, Rev. Descriptive Remarks on Illuminations in Certain Ancient Irish Manuscripts.
TODD, Rev. Descriptive Remarks on Illuminations in Certain Ancient Irish Manuscripts.

TODD, Rev. James Henthorn. Descriptive Remarks on Illuminations in Certain Ancient Irish Manuscripts. Illustrated with four chromolithic coloured plates depicting an illuminated folio from the Book of Kells, Garland of Howth, and the Psalter of Rice March. London: Nichols, 1869. Elephant folio. pp. ii, 16, 4 (plates). Printed stiff wrappers. A fine copy. Very scarce.

345.00
[TRAVELLERS NEW GUIDE] The Traveller's New Guide Through Ireland.
TRAVELLERS NEW GUIDE. The Traveller’s New Guide Through Ireland.

[TRAVELLERS NEW GUIDE] The Traveller’s New Guide Through Ireland. Containing, A New and Accurate Description of the Roads, with Particulars of all the different Towns – Villages – Noblemen and Gentlemen’s Seats – Churches – Monastic Buildings – Antiquities and Natural Curiosities:- Also, The Present State of Agriculture, Manufactures, and Commerce; With a Complete List […]

475.00
[TRENCH, C.J.] Plans of Cottages for Agricultural Labourers in Ireland.
TRENCH, C.J. Plans of Cottages for Agricultural Labourers in Ireland.

[TRENCH, C.J.] Plans of Cottages for Agricultural Labourers in Ireland. Dublin: 1868. Folio. pp. [2], 6, 9 (plates). Limp cloth. Title in gilt on upper cover. Small ink stain and some fading. Internally a very good copy. Exceedingly rare. No copy located on COPAC or WorldCat. Not in NLI. There is no publisher accredited with […]

465.00
[TRENCH, Melesina Chenevix St. George] Journal Kept During a Visit to Germany in 1799
TRENCH, Melesina Chenevix St. George. Journal Kept During a Visit to Germany in 1799, 1800. Edited by the Dean of Westminster.

PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE DEAN OF WESTMINSTER [TRENCH, Melesina Chenevix St. George] Journal Kept During a Visit to Germany in 1799, 1800. Edited by the Dean of Westminster. [London : Savill and Edwards, printers 1861] Privately printed, 1861. [Not published]. First edition. pp. viii, 97, [3]. Purple cloth, title in gilt on upper cover. Minor […]

1,450.00
Trinity College and the Republic An Irish Times Declaration of a Republic
TRINITY COLLEGE Trinity College and the Republic An Irish Times Declaration of a Republic, 1948.

[TRINITY COLLEGE] Trinity College and the Republic An Irish Times copyright original photographic print, No. 4871B. Showing crowds outside the front gate of Trinity College, the gate closed, with small groups of students on the roof, where a Union Jack has been raised over a Tricolour. Reputedly taken after the declaration of a Republic by […]

475.00
Two poems addressed to Adolf Hitler by Lord Dunsany, [Edward Drax Plunkett].
Two poems addressed to Adolf Hitler by Lord Dunsany, [Edward Drax Plunkett].

HITLER, DUNSANY and the ‘RED DEAN’ DUNSANY, LORD [Edward Drax Plunkett] Two poems addressed to Adolf Hitler, probably written circa 1940, original manuscripts in his flamboyant hand, probably unpublished. The poems with a manuscript covering note signed ‘D.’, on his addressed notepaper, from Dunstall Priory in England, addressed to ‘Dear Hale’. Both poems are written […]

875.00
USSHER, James. A Speech Delivered in the Castle-chamber at Dublin.
USSHER, James. A Speech Delivered in the Castle-chamber at Dublin.

USSHER, James. A Speech Delivered in the Castle-chamber at Dublin, the XXII. of November, Anno 1622. At the Censuring of certaine Officers, who refused to take the Oath of Supremacie. By James Bishop of Meath. London: Printed by R.Y. For the Partners of the Irish Stocke, 1631. Small quarto. pp. [i], 12, [1]. Recent half […]

465.00
USSHER, James. An Answer to a Challenge made by a Jesuite in Ireland.
USSHER, James. An Answer to a Challenge made by a Jesuite in Ireland.

USSHER, James. An Answer to a Challenge made by a Jesuite in Ireland. Wherein the Judgement of Antiquity in the points questioned is truly delivered, and the Noveltie of the now Romish Doctrine plainely discovered. By James Ussher, Bishop of Meath. London: Printed for the Society of Stationers, 1625. Small quarto. pp. [24], 527, [1], […]

675.00
USSHER, James. Britannicarum Ecclesiarum Antiquitates.
USSHER, James. Britannicarum Ecclesiarum Antiquitates.

USSHER, James. Britannicarum Ecclesiarum Antiquitates. Quibus inserta est pestiferæ adversùs Dei gratiam à Pelagio Britanno in Ecclesiam inductæ Hæreseos Historia. Ad Britannicarum Antiquitatum Collectanea Appendix Gemina. Dublin: Ex Officiná Typographicá Societatis Bibliopolarum, 1639. Quarto. pp. [xx], 1196, iv (Separate title for appendix at p. 973). Contemporary full calf Dublin binding, spine expertly rebacked. Early signature […]

1,500.00
USSHER, James. Gravissimae Quaestionis, de Christianarum Ecclesiarum.
USSHER, James. Gravissimae Quaestionis, de Christianarum Ecclesiarum.

USSHER, James. Gravissimae Quaestionis, de Christianarum Ecclesiarum, in Occidentispraesertim paribs, Ab Apostolorum Temporibus, ad nostram … Historica Explicatio. Editio Secunda. Hanoviae: Typis Haeredum Aubrianorum, 1658. pp. [vxi], 456. Nineteenth century half calf over marbled boards, title in gilt on black morocco label on spine, with gilt decoration to compartments. Early signature of John Vesey on […]

475.00
VALLANCEY, Charles. A Treatise on Inland Navigation, or, the Art of making Rivers navigable.
VALLANCEY, Charles. A Treatise on Inland Navigation, or, the Art of making Rivers navigable.

VALLANCEY, Charles. A Treatise on Inland Navigation, or, the Art of making Rivers navigable, of making Canals in all sorts of soils, and of Constructing Locks and Sluices. Extracted from the Works of Guglielmini, Michelini, Castellus, Belidor, and others, with Observations and Remarks. Dublin: Printed for George and Alexander Ewing, 1763. First edition. Quarto. pp. […]

1,250.00
WALKER, Joseph C. Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards.
WALKER, Joseph C. Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards.

WALKER, Joseph C. Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards; an Historical Essay on the Dress of the Ancient and Modern Irish; and a Memoir on the Armour and Weapons of the Irish. Two volumes. 141 Dublin: Printed by J. Christie, 170, James’s-Street, 1818. Second edition. pp. (1) xiv, [1], 400, [34 (Lamentations with music), 6 […]

375.00
Inauguration ODE Performed at the Opening of the National Exhibition of the Arts, Manufactures, and Materials of Ireland.
WALLER, John Francis. Inauguration Ode: Performed at the Opening of The National Exhibition of the Arts, Manufacturers, and Materials of Ireland, Cork, 10th June, 1852.

Author Title Catalog Mainhead Pub Place Price Location Summary PubDate Sort WALLER, John Francis. Inauguration Ode: Performed at the Opening of The National Exhibition of the Arts, Manufacturers, and Materials of Ireland, Cork, 10th June, 1852. Written by John Francis Waller, M.R.I.A. Composed by Robert P. Stewart. 138 RARE CORK ITEM Cork: J.J. Bradford & […]

475.00
WALSH, Peter A Prospect of The State of Ireland from The Year of the World 1756 to The Year of Christ 1652.
WALSH, Peter A Prospect of The State of Ireland from The Year of the World 1756 to The Year of Christ 1652.

WALSH, Peter A Prospect of The State of Ireland from The Year of the World 1756 to The Year of Christ 1652. Written by P.W. London: Printed for Johanna Broom at the Gun in St. Pauls Church-Yard, 1682. 16mo. pp. [lxviii], 504, [6]. Contemporary full calf. Spine expertly rebacked with new red morocco letterpiece. Light […]

685.00
WARE, Sir James [and HARRIS, Walter]. The Whole Works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland, Revised and improved.
WARE, Sir James [and HARRIS, Walter]. The Whole Works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland, Revised and improved.

WARE, Sir James [and HARRIS, Walter]. The Whole Works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland, Revised and improved. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. Containing the History of the Bishops of that Kingdom and such matters Ecclesiastical and Civil, in which they were concerned, from the first Propagation of Christianity therein to the present Time. Illustrated […]

2,750.00
The Antiquities and History of Ireland
WARE, Sir James, Knt. The Antiquities and History of Ireland.

WARE, Sir James, Knt. The Antiquities and History of Ireland. Containing 1. His Inquiries into the Antiquities of Ireland, Illustrated with Copper cutts … 2. His Annals of Ireland from the first Conquest by the English … together with a Chronological Account of the most memorable Events continued from the Reign Queen Elizabeth to the […]

750.00
WARE, Sir James. De Hibernia & Antiquitatibus ejus Disquisitiones.
WARE, Sir James. De Hibernia & Antiquitatibus ejus Disquisitiones.

WARE, Sir James. De Hibernia & Antiquitatibus ejus Disquisitiones. In quibus, Praeter ea quae de Hiberniâ antiquâ explicantur, Mores & Consuetudines Hibernorum, tàm veterum, quàm mediorum temporum, describuntur. Unà cum formâ Imperii eorum, Nummis, Academiis … tempore Henrici II, sub quo, Insula Anglici Juris facta est. London: Printed by J. Grismond, 1654. First edition. pp. […]

675.00
The Philosophy of Andy Warhol. (From A to B and Back Again): SIGNED by Warhol.
WARHOL, Andy: The Philosophy of Andy Warhol. (From A to B and Back Again): Signed by Warhol.

New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1975. pp. 241. Quarter orange buckram on yellow paper boards. Signed by Andy Warhol with his initials on half-title. A fine copy in dustjacket.

475.00
WEST, Rev. Mark. Sermons on Different Subjects.
WEST, Rev. Mark. Sermons on Different Subjects.

Sermons on Different Subjects … by the Gospel in all Good Christians. With list of subscribers. Dublin: Marchbank, 1785. pp. xvi, 390 + errata. Bound by William McKenzie of Dublin in contemporary olive-green goatskin. The covers are framed with an elegant gilt Greek-key roll. Flat spine with a red goatskin letterpiece and elaborate tooling including […]

875.00
WEST, Rev. Mark. Sermons on Different Subjects.
WEST, Rev. Mark. Sermons on Different Subjects.

WEST, Rev. Mark. Sermons on Different Subjects but chiefly describing the Graces and Virtues which are indispensably required By The Gospel, in all Good Christians. With list of subscribers. 141 Dublin: Marchbank, 1785. pp. xvi, 390 + errata. Contemporary full calf, title in gilt on red morocco letterpiece on spine. Spine divided into six compartments […]

875.00
[WHATELY, Thomas & OCKENDEN, William] Observations on Modern Gardening.
WHATELY, Thomas & OCKENDEN, William. Observations on Modern Gardening.

WITH LETTERS DESCRIBING THE LAKE OF KILLARNEY AND MUCRUSS GARDENS [WHATELY, Thomas & OCKENDEN, William] Observations on Modern Gardening, Illustrated by Descriptions. To which are added, I. An Essay on Design in Gardening. II Letters describing the Lake of Killarney, and Mucruss Gardens: By William Ockenden, Esq.; Late Member for Great Marlow. Dublin: Printed by […]

1,350.00
WHEELER: The War in Wexford. An Account of the Rebellion in the South of Ireland in 1798

WHEELER, H.F.B. & BROADLEY, A.M. The War in Wexford. An Account of the Rebellion in the South of Ireland in 1798 told from Original Documents. With numerous illustrations reproduced from contemporary portraits, prints, etc. Large folding map of Wexford. 134 London & New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1910. pp. xvi, 343, [8], [16 […]

175.00
oscar-wilde
Wilde, Oscar: Sebastian Melmoth.

London: Humphreys, 1904. First. Sm. Quarto. pp. [iv], 223. Bookplate on front pastedown. Bound by Hatchards of Picadilly in cont. half brown morocco gilt, light brown linen covers, brown silk marker. Original wrappers bound in at end. T.e.g. Very good. In 1895 while enjoying the success of ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, Wilde allowed himself […]

475.00
WILDE, Oscar: The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde. Fourteen volumes.
WILDE, Oscar: The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde. Fourteen volumes.

London: Methuen, 1908. First Edition. First Collected Edition thus. Bound in original publisher’s cream cloth, titled in gilt, with gilt decorations on covers. One of an unnumbered edition of 1000 on hand-made paper. Some toning to spines, trace of cup on one volume. Top edges gilt, others deckled. Generally a fine clean set. All volumes […]

1,450.00
WILDE, Oscar IMG_4806
WILDE, Oscar. A Woman of No Importance

WILDE, Oscar. A Woman of No Importance. 144 Paris: 1903. Demy octavo. pp. [xvi], 154. Bound by Hatchards of Piccadilly in contemporary half brown morocco over pink linen boards. Spine divided into two panels by one gilt raised band, title in gilt direct in the first, gilt floral decoration in the second, year in gilt […]

375.00
WILDE, Oscar.An Ideal Husband.  First edition, first impression, one of 1,000 copies printed, 1899.
WILDE, Oscar. An Ideal Husband. First edition, first impression, one of 1,000 copies printed, 1899.

WILDE, Oscar. An Ideal Husband. London: Smithers, 1899. First edition, first impression, one of 1,000 copies printed. Quarto. pp. [xiv], 213. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown. Bound by Hatchards of Piccadilly in contemporary half brown morocco gilt on light brown linen covers, brown silk marker. Original salmon cloth bound in at end. Top edge gilt. […]

2,000.00
WILDE, Oscar
WILDE, Oscar. Essays, Criticisms and Reviews.

Essays, Criticisms and Reviews. Now first collected. WILDE, Oscar. London: Privately Printed, 1901. First. Small quarto. pp. 175. Bound by Hatchards of Piccadilly in contemporary half brown morocco over pink linen boards. Spine divided into two panels by one gilt raised band, title in gilt direct in the first, gilt floral decoration in the second, […]

275.00
[WILDE, Oscar] [WILDE, Oscar] The Life of Oscar Wilde By Robert Harborough Sherard.
WILDE, Oscar. The Life of Oscar Wilde By Robert Harborough Sherard.

WILDE, Oscar The Life of Oscar Wilde By Robert Harborough Sherard. With a full reprint of the famous revolutionary article, “”Jacta Alea Est””, which was written by Jane Francesca Elgee, who afterwards became the mother of Oscar Wilde, and an additional chapter contributed by one of the Prison Warders, who held this unhappy man in […]

175.00
WILDE, Oscar
WILDE, Oscar. The Portrait of Mr. W.H

WILDE, Oscar. The Portrait of Mr. W.H. London: Privately Printed, 1904. Small quarto. pp. 48. Bound by Hatchards of Piccadilly in contemporary half brown morocco over pink linen boards. Spine divided into two panels by one gilt raised band, title in gilt direct in the first, gilt floral decoration in the second, year in gilt […]

485.00
WILDE, Oscar
WILDE, Oscar. The Sphinx.

WILDE, Oscar. The Sphinx. Woodcut illustrations. 144 London: Privately Printed, 1901. First edition thus. Small quarto. pp. [iv], 32. Bound by Hatchards of Piccadilly in contemporary half brown morocco over pink linen boards. Spine divided into two panels by one gilt raised band, title in gilt direct in the first, gilt floral decoration in the […]

595.00
WOODS, C.J. Ed by. Charles Abbot's Tour through Ireland and North Wales in September and October 1792.
WOODS, C.J. Ed by. Charles Abbot’s Tour through Ireland and North Wales in September and October 1792.

WOODS, C.J. Ed by. Charles Abbot’s Tour through Ireland and North Wales in September and October 1792. With a foreword by David Dickson. Illustrated. Dublin: De Búrca: 2019. pp. xxxvi, 124. Pictorial stiff wrappers with flaps. This is a previously unpublished account by Charles Abbot of his journeys through North Wales and Ireland in 1792. […]

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WRIGHT, G.N. Ireland Illustrated from original drawings by G. Petrie.
WRIGHT, G.N. Ireland Illustrated from original drawings by G. Petrie.

WRIGHT, G.N. Ireland Illustrated from original drawings by G. Petrie, W.H. Bartlett, T.M. Baynes and others. With descriptions by G.N. Wright. Introduced by Maurice Craig. With bibliographical and technical notes by Leslie Hewitt. Ireland Illustrated from original drawings by G. Petrie, W.H. Bartlett, T.M. Baynes and others. With descriptions by G.N. Wright. Introduced by Maurice […]

575.00
WRIGHT, Thomas. Esq. The History of Ireland.
WRIGHT, Thomas. Esq. The History of Ireland.

WRIGHT, Thomas. Esq. The History of Ireland from the earliest period of the Irish Annals to the Present Time. Illustrated with beautiful steel engravings, from original drawings, executed expressly for the work by H. Warren. Tallis map of Ireland coloured in outline. In 28 original parts. London & New York: The London Printing and Publishing […]

285.00
WYLD, James. A Map of Ireland. Title in decorative letters. Below the letters is a large view, possibly of Killarney.
WYLD, James. A Map of Ireland. Title in decorative letters. Below the letters is a large view, possibly of Killarney.

WYLD, James. A Map of Ireland. Title in decorative letters. Below the letters is a large view, possibly of Killarney; above is a small harp in a sunburst, in the midst of clowds. Below the view is the legend ‘Published by James Wyld, Geographer to the Queen, Charing Cross, East London’, [1837]. Another large view, […]

1,250.00
YEATS, Jack B. The Village. Hand coloured block-print Dun Emer/Cuala Press, Fine.
YEATS, Jack B. The Village. Hand coloured block-print Dun Emer/Cuala Press, Fine.

YEATS, Jack B. The Village. Hand coloured block-print by Jack B. Yeats. Dublin, Dun Emer/Cuala Press, undated (c.1907 or later). 345 x 92mm. Fine. Rare. Attractive examples, showing typical scenes of ‘life in the West of Ireland’ during the painter’s youth – scenes which could still be seen almost unchanged quite recently. Original paintings and […]

950.00
YEATS, W.B, Plays in Prose and Verse.
YEATS, W.B, Plays in Prose and Verse.

YEATS, W.B. Plays in Prose and Verse. Written for an Irish Theatre, and Generally with the Help of a Friend. 140 SCHOOL PRIZE BINDING London: Macmillan, 1926. pp. ix, 447. Bound by Bickers of London in full dark blue calf, spine divided into six panels by five gilt raised bands, title and author in gilt […]

375.00
YEATS, W.B: The Collected Poems IDEAL FOR PRESENTATION

YEATS, W.B. The Collected Plays of W.B. Yeats. Portrait frontispiece. London: Macmillan, 1934. First edition. Crown octavo. pp. vi, 617. Bound by Bumpus of London in contemporary half calf on cloth boards, with their name stamped on lower turn-in. Spine divided into six panels by five gilt raised bands, title and author in gilt direct […]

285.00
YEATS, W.B. Later Poems, 1926.
YEATS, W.B. Later Poems, 1926.

YEATS, W.B. Later Poems. London: Macmillan and Co., 1926. pp. xiii, [1], 363, [2]. Contemporary full red morocco, flat spine with gilt decoration and title; covers framed by a thin floral roll; turn-ins gilt; red, pink, maroon, brown and green endpapers; red and gold endbands. A very good and attractive copy. The contents includes: The […]

475.00
Three Hundred Years in Innishowen by YOUNG, Amy Isabel.
YOUNG, Amy Isabel: Three Hundred Years in Innishowen.

YOUNG, Amy Isabel. Three Hundred Years in Innishowen, being more particularly an account of the family of Young of Culdaff. With a foreword by David Dickson. Dublin: De Búrca, November 2018. 412 pages. Green buckram titled in gilt.

75.00
YOUNG, Arthur. A Tour in Ireland.
YOUNG, Arthur. A Tour in Ireland.

YOUNG, Arthur. A Tour in Ireland; with General Observations on the Present State of that Kingdom: made in the years 1776, 1777, and 1778. And brought down to the end of 1779. 139 London: Printed for T. Cadell, Strand; and J. Dodsley, Pall-Mall, 1780. Quarto. pp. [3], ii-xi, [1], [7 (list of subscribers)], 384, 168, […]

650.00
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