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A print of the first Dail Eirean
[DAIL EIREANN] Commemorative Poster of the First Dail Eireann, 1919.
[DAIL EIREANN] Commemorative Poster of the First Dail Eireann, 1919. In the centre an illustration of the members, in the Mansion House, surrounded by medallion portraits of them all, within a Celtic border. With the arms of the Four Provinces and the City of Dublin also depicted. Dublin, MacLiam Eartnaill, 1919. 50 x 63cms. Framed […]
1,275.00
IRISH REPUBLICAN LEADERS 1916
[DAIL EIREANN] Commemorative Poster of the First Dail Eireann, 1919.
[DAIL EIREANN] Commemorative Poster of the First Dail Eireann, 1919. In the centre an illustration of the members, in the Mansion House, surrounded by medallion portraits of them all, within a Celtic border. With the arms of the Four Provinces and the City of Dublin also depicted. Dublin, MacLiam Eartnaill, 1919. 50 x 63cms. Framed […]
1,250.00
[IRISH LEADERS] An intriguing poster print, with a composition of photographs of De Valera
[IRISH LEADERS] An intriguing poster print, with a composition of photographs of De Valera
[COLLINS, Michael. De VALERA, Eamon & GRIFFITH, Arthur] Irish Leaders. An intriguing poster print, with a composition of photographs of Éamon De Valera (upper centre, in bow tie), Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith (left and right below), with a reproduction of the signature page of the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921, all within a green decorative […]
950.00
A Celtic Christmas 1905. The Irish Homestead Christmas Number. Illustrated by A.E., Jack B. Yeats and Pamela Colman Smith.
Dublin: Printed for the Irish Homestead Ltd., at the Sackville Press, 1905. Folio. pp. vi, 26, vii-x (Adverts). Pictorial wrappers, staples rusted. Edges frayed. A very good copy. The contents include: The Cold Women. By Nora Chesson. Illustrated by A.E. (George Russell); The Furry Farm. By K.F. Purdon. Illustrated by Jack B. Yeats; The Phantom […]
385.00
A PROCLAMATION By the Lords Justices General and General Governors of Ireland
A PROCLAMATION Whereas disaffection and unrest still prevail in certain parts of Ireland, causing anxiety and alarm amongst the peaceful and law abiding subjects of His Majesty: NOW WE, the Lords Justices General and General Governors of Ireland DO HEREBY proclaim that a state of MARTIAL LAW shall continue to exist throughout Ireland until further […]
750.00
A rare print of republican Thomas Ashe
ASHE, Thomas. A Story that will Never Die
ASHE, Thomas. A Story that will Never Die. Died for Ireland September 25th, 1917. The story of Ashe’s life and death, told in mainly blank verse, circa 350 lines set in four columns with a portrait of Ashe, the whole within black borders, image circa 48 x 34.5cms, verso blank, no publisher named, circa 1917. […]
875.00
Roger Casement: Memoriam Card.
CASEMENT, Roger: An Original Memorial Card of Roger Casement
CASEMENT, Roger Casement. Memoriam Card issued on the Centenary of the birth of Roger Casement 1864-1964, by the Casement Committee, Dun Laoghaire. I nDíl Chuimhne Ruaidhrí Mac Easmuinn 1864-1916. A fuair bás ar son Poblacht na hÉireann, 3ú Lúnasa 1916. In Irish with portrait of the Patriot, text within a black border. Verse in English […]
475.00
Sir Roger Casement’s Last Speech from the Dock
CASEMENT, ROGER: Sir Roger Casement’s Last Speech from the Dock Done into Verse
[CASEMENT, ROGER] Sir Roger Casement’s Last Speech from the Dock Done into Verse. The Ideal Recitation for Volunteers. Single sheet, newspaper folio, 49.5 x 33cms, printed one side only in four columns, within black borders. Passed by Censor. Dublin: Independent Newspapers, 111 Middle Abbey St. No date, circa 1918. With a drawing of Casement in […]
1,500.00
CASEMENT, Roger. Appeal for the Irish School Children of Connemara
CASEMENT ON IRISH LANGUAGE & MRS TUBRIDY TEACHER AT CARRAROE To provide for them in school and support for the Irish Language. Reprint of a Letter published in the “Irish Independent” 18th April 1914. Quarto. Bifolium. pp. 4 (2 blank). In very good condition. Extremely rare. One copy listed, on WorldCat (Bibliothèque de documentation internationale […]
950.00
CASEMENT, Roger. Landing of Casement. The Authentic Narrative. Written by Austin Stack.
A historic document. Tralee: Reprinted from The Kerry Champion, August 31st, 1929. Broadsheet. 435 x 275mm. With illustration of Casement reading a book at centre. Due to the demand of the public the newspaper reprinted this instalment of the landing of Roger Casement on the Ballyheigue coast on Good Friday, 1916. Casement had travelled to […]
595.00
Irish Treaty of 6 December 1921,
COLLINS, Michael. GRIFFITH, Arthur & OTHERS Historic Peace Treaty
COLLINS, Michael. GRIFFITH, Arthur & OTHERS Historic Peace Treaty. An attractive poster print carrying the full text of the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 6 December 1921, Clauses 1-18 and annexes, with sub-headings, with reproduced signatures and photographs of the delegates, below crossed green and gold flags with ‘FF’ device and the motto ‘Sinn Fein Abu’, the […]
1,250.00
CORCORAN, General. Corcoran to his Regiment. Or “I Would Not Take Parole.” As sung at Jones’ Wood, 29 August 1861, for the benefit of the widows and orphans of those of the 69th Regiment who fell at Bull-Run. Words and Music by An Irishman.
New York: H. De Marsan, Dealer in Songs, Toys, Books, 54 Chatham Street, [c.1860s]. Single sheet, printed on one side with decorated border. 163 x 260mm. In very good condition. [L4BC2 Dr 2]
185.00
CORCORAN, General. Corcoran’s Irish. Air: The Flag of Our Union. By Eugene Johnston.
New York: H. De Marsan, Publisher of Songs, Ballads, 54 Chatham Street, [c.1860s]. Single sheet, printed on one side with decorated border. 163 x 260mm. In very good condition. [L4BC2 Dr 2]
185.00
CORCORAN, General. The Gallant 69th. Dedicated to the “Sullivan Boys” of Company A. Air: Red, White, and Blue.
New York: H. De Marsan, Dealer in Songs, Toys, Books, 54 Chatham Street, [c.1860s]. Single sheet, printed on one side with decorated border. 163 x 260mm. In very good condition. [L4BC2 Dr 2]
185.00
CUALA PRESS Dublin Bay, from Ticknock. Original Hand-coloured Cuala Press Broadside.
Depicting the magnificent view of Dublin Bay from Ticknock. Beautifully hand-coloured at the Cuala Press. Signed in the plate by Dorothy Blackham, with her monogram on the lower right-hand corner. Dublin: Cuala Press, [1940s]. 38 x 31cms. One of the rarer broadsides that seldom comes on the market-place. In fine condition. [L1 2F]