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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. Engraved frontispiece. 141 London: Printed for T. Cadell, Strand; and J. Dodsley, Pall-Mall, 1780. Quarto. pp. [5], ii-xi [...]
485.00
O’CALLAGHAN, John Cornelius. History of the Irish Brigades in the Service of France, from the Revolution in Great Britain and Ireland under James II to the Revolution in France under Louis XVI. With an introduction by Colonel Patrick J. Hally. Facsimile reprint of the First (Glasgow) edition of 1870 [...]
185.00
The Commitments
DOYLE, Roddy. The Commitments. Dublin: King Farouk, 1987. Large post octavo. First edition, first impression. pp. [iv], 144. Pictorial wrappers. A fine copy. Very scarce. The true first edition published by the author who couldn’t find a publisher. The Heinemann edition appeared a year later. This is the story [...]
500.00
KEALY, Willie: "Submerged in the Wonder" Some Pieces of Truth
KEALY, Willie: “Submerged in the Wonder” Some Pieces of Truth (Limited Edition of 75 Copies) He has been writing poetry for more than 50 years and previously gathered a collection under the title, “50 poems – 1967/2017”, which was limited to fifty copies. This collection, “Submerged In [...]
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O'CONNOR, Frank. A Picture Book by Frank O'Connor.
O’CONNOR, Frank. A Picture Book by Frank O’Connor. With illustrations by Elizabeth Rivers. 897 WITH BOOKPLATE DESIGNED BY JACK B. YEATS Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1943. Demy octavo. pp. 72, [4], 8 (A List of Books Published by the Dun Emer Press and the Cuala Press). Quarter linen [...]
475.00
Synge3
SYNGE, J.M. Some Sonnets from “Laura in Death” After the Italian of Francesco Petrarch. Edited and with an introduction by Robin Skelton, with portraits by Jack Coughlin. Dublin: Dolmen, 1971. Royal octavo. pp. 59. Quarter vellum on cream papered boards, title in gilt on spine. Synge’s monogram [...]
125.00
O'Brien
O’BRIEN, William. A Queen of Men. With frontispiece. London: Fisher Unwin, 1899. The third and popular impression. pp. x, [2], 321. Green cloth, decorated in black to a Celtic design on upper cover, title in gilt on spine. A very good copy. This historical novel is set in Galway [...]
75.00
HULME, F. Edward. Bards and Blossoms or The Poetry, History, and Associations of Flowers. Illustrated with chromo-lithographic plates with tissue guards. 140 London: Marcus Ward & Co., 1877. pp. 232. Bound in green cloth by Rodman of Belfast with their label on lower pastedown. Upper cover elaborately decorated to a [...]
165.00
[CHAPBOOK] James Talbot; or, The Importance of Recollecting. “God sees me at all times”. Woodcut title and frontispiece. Dublin: Printed by Bentham and Hardy, Cecilia -street, 1826. 12mo. pp. 72. A fine copy in original stitched printed wrappers. Exceedingly rare. Only 1 copy located on COPAC. Chapbooks literally meant [...]
275.00
MacFALL, Haldane. The Wooings of Jezebel Pettyfer. Being the Personal History of Jehu Sennacherib Dyle, Commonly Called Mashee Dyle; Together with an Account of Certain Things That Chanced in the House of the Sorcerer; Here Set Down. London: Grant Richards, 1898. Large 16mo. Bound by Phillip Powell-Jones in full red [...]
1,250.00
O’NEILL, Moira. Songs of The Glens of Antrim. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1912. Crown octavo. pp. x, 61. Title printed in red and black. Bound in a Celtic revival style full brown morocco, with a Celtic interwoven shield at centre; recently bound in full brown buckram with original upper cover laid [...]
275.00
YEATS, Jack B. Ceachta beaga Gaedhilge. Irish Reading Lessons. Compiled by Norma Borthwick. With illustrations by Jack B. Yeats. Books I, II, and III. Dublin: The Irish Book Company, 1906/1911. Large post octavo. pp. (I) 30, (II) 28, (III) 40. Original printed wrappers. Wear to extremities. Housed in a cloth [...]
375.00
MULDOON, Paul. Mules. London: Faber and Faber, 1977. First edition. pp. 59. Printed stiff brown wrappers. Light fading to spine. A very good copy. L4BC2 1B
250.00
A.E. Voices of the Stones. 128 London: Macmillan, 1925. First edition. pp. vii, 61, 2 (author’s works). Blue cloth, title in gilt on upper cover and spine. A very good copy. Scarce. L4 BC2 1B
125.00
SYNGE, J.M. Queens. With nine colour reproductions of stained glass by Harry Clarke. Notes on the panels by Nicola Gordon Bowe.  ‘Queens’ was written by Synge about 1903 and first printed in his ‘Poems and Translations’ at the Cuala Press in 1909. These poems inspired Harry [...]
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A.E. “The Dublin Strike. By A.E. (George W. Russell). A Plea for the Workers. A Speech delivered in the Royal Albert Hall, London, November 1, 1913, to an audience of 12,000 persons. Dublin: Irish Worker Office, Liberty Hall, Dublin, 1913. pp. 8. Printed wrappers with a [...]
675.00
A.E. Dark Weeping. With designs by Paul Nash. London: Faber, 1929. First edition. pp. 12. Papered boards, title in gilt on upper cover. Limited to 400 copies. Signed by George Russell ‘A.E.’ Wear to top of spine. A very good copy. Very scarce. L4BC2 1A
175.00
HYDE, Douglas. The Love Songs of Connacht. Being the fourth chapter of the Songs of Connacht, collected and translated by Douglas Hyde LL.D., ‘An Craoibhín Aoibhinn’ President of the Gaelic League. With preface by W.B. Yeats. 134 Dublin: Dun Emer Press, 1904. pp. [viii], 128. Quarter linen [...]
485.00
DUNSANY, Lord. Selections from the Writings of Lord Dunsany. (Inscribed Limited Edition) AND SOME …… FELL ON GOOD GROUND Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1912. pp. [xvi], 99. Quarter linen on printed grey papered boards. Signed presentation copy from the author to William Roughead dated October 26th, 1912 with the [...]
375.00
KEANE, John B. Sive. A Play in Two Acts. Illustrated. 914 SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR Dublin: Progress House, 1986. pp. viii, 56. Brown papered boards, title in gilt on upper cover. Edition limited to 275 (No. 187) signed by the author. Green endbands. A fine copy in lightly marked dust [...]
275.00
LYNCH, Patricia. The Turf-Cutter’s Donkey. An Irish story of Mystery and Adventure. Illustrated by Jack B. Yeats. 897 London: Dent, 1934. First edition. Post octavo. pp. viii, 245, [2]. Pictorial cream cloth with a drawing by Jack B. Yeats on upper cover. A fine copy. Patricia Lynch (1898-1972), children’ [...]
245.00
BECKETT, Samuel. Proust. London: Chatto & Windus, 1931. First edition. pp. [5], 72. Original pictorial cream papered boards. A very good copy in pictorial frayed and chipped dust jacket. L1 BC2 1B
375.00
LESLIE, Shane. A Ghost In The Isle Of Wight. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION London: Elkin Mathews & Marrot, 1929. pp. 31. Pictorial boards printed in green. Edition limited to 530 numbered copies set in Monotype 12-point Garamond, and printed by Robert MacLehose, at the University Press, Glasgow. Signed and numbered [163] [...]
95.00
MARTIN, F.X. Ed. by. Leaders and Men of the Easter Rising: Dublin 1916. London: Methuen, 1967. First edition. pp. xii, 276. Green papered boards, titled in gilt on spine. Some minor spotting to fore-edge. A very good copy in lightly frayed dust jacket. The Easter Rising was planned and [...]
45.00
AUSTEN, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. New York: Barnes & Noble, 2011. Demy octavo. pp. [vi], 361. Bound in crimson morocco, covers framed by a single gilt fillet with floral tools in corners. Spine divided into six panels by five gilt raised bands, title and author in gilt on blue morocco [...]
375.00
[LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB] Football League First Division Champions Season 1965-1966. Menu for the Celebration Dinner held at the Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, Monday, September 19, 1966. Printed in Liverpool, 1966. Octavo. pp. 12. Thick card with Liverpool F.C. emblem in gilt on upper cover. Red silk marker tied around cover [...]
495.00
[TOLSTOY] Tolstoy. By Henri Troyat. Translated from the French by Nancy Amphoux. New York: Doubleday, 1967. Royal octavo. Bound by Bayntun of Bath in full crimson levant morocco with their name stamped on front lower turn-in. Covers framed by a single gilt fillet; spine divided into six panels by five [...]
485.00
DUBLIN’S FIGHT FOR FREEDOM Dublin’s Fighting Story 1916-1921. Told by the men who made it. With a unique pictorial record of the period. Tralee: The Kerryman, 1947. pp. 226. Pictorial wrappers. A very good copy. L4 BC2 2B
65.00
SPINDLER, Karl. The Mystery of the Casement Ship. With a foreword by Florence O’Donoghue. Tralee: Anvil, n.d. [1965]. Crown octavo. Pictorial wrappers. Covers creased. Previous owner’s signature on titlepage. A good reading copy. The first full account of Sir Roger Casement’s part in the prelude to the 1916 [...]
35.00
MILL, Hugh Robert. The Life of Sir Ernest Shackleton. Illustrated. London: William Heinemann, 1923. Demy octavo. pp. xv, 312. Black cloth, title in gilt on upper cover and on spine. Light foxing to prelims. A very good copy. Scarce. Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton (1874-1922), explorer, was born in Kilkea, County [...]
125.00
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 [...]
285.00
PULITZER PRIZE WINNER TOOLE, John Kennedy. A Confederacy of Dunces. Baton Rouge & London, Louisiana State University Press, 1980. (16 x 23.5 cm). First edition, fifth printing. pp. vii, [5], 338. Cloth, in repaired dust jacket. €95 A major work of American literature, the novel depicts the satirical adventures [...]
175.00
LODGE, John Esq. The Peerage of Ireland, or, A Genealogical History of the Present Nobility of that Kingdom. With engravings of their paternal Coats of Arms. Collected from the Public Records; authentic Manuscripts; approved Historians; well-attested Pedigrees; and personal Information. Revised, enlarged and continued to the present time by Mervyn [...]
1,475.00
UNIQUE CONNOLLY ASSOCIATION COPY CONNOLLY, James. Labour in Ireland. Labour in Irish History. The Re-Conquest of Ireland. With an introduction by Robert Lynd. Dublin: Maunsel, 1922. pp. xxxviii, 346. A most attractive copy bound in full morocco, gilt bordered. Spine divided into five compartments by raised bands, with title in [...]
950.00
Ó CATHASAIGH, P. The Story of the Irish Citizen Army. 104 O’CASEY’S FIRST BOOK Dublin: Maunsel, 1919. pp. vi, 72. Printed stapled wrappers. A fine copy. Scarce. €425.00 L4BC2 2C Sean O’Casey’s first book, with his name in the Irish vernacular. The first account of [...]
850.00
EASTER PROCLAMATION: The Easter Proclamation of the Irish Republic MCMXVI. Dublin: The Dolmen Press, 1960. pp. 8. Stiff papered pictorial boards. Text printed in red and black. A fine copy. L3 7B
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RYAN, Desmond. Michael Collins and the Invisible Army. 98 Tralee: Anvil 1979. pp. 164. Very good in illustrated wraps.  “Men more intimate that he was with Collins have attempted as much, but in neither the most formal nor the most familiar studies has the real Collins emerged as [...]
25.00
DWYER, T. Ryle. Michael Collins and the Treaty. His Differences with de Valera. Dublin: Mercier Press, 1981. pp. 172, 8 (publisher’s list). Fine in illustrated wrappers. “To the ‘Big Fella’ the signing of the Treaty between Ireland and Britain in 1921 was a “”Stepping Stone” [...]
35.00
KING, Jeremiah. County Kerry Past and Present. A Handbook to the Local and Family History of the County. 139 Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co., 1931. First edition. Contemporary half morocco on cloth boards, title and author in gilt direct on spine. Castle Hacket copy with bookplate on front pastedown. Interleaved [...]
475.00
WOOD-MARTIN, W.G. The Lake Dwellings of Ireland: or Ancient Lacustrine Habitations of Erin, Commonly Called Crannogs. With 238 illustrations and 50 plates. 137 NATHANIEL HONE’S COPY Dublin: Hodges Figgis, & London: Longmans, 1886. Royal octavo. pp. xxi [3], 268. Green cloth, urn in gilt on upper cover, title [...]
245.00
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 [...]
175.00
Brendan Behan’s Hostage. Performed at the Wyndham’s Theatre on 11th June 1959.
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Dublin: Irish Times, 1970. First edition.  Pictorial wrappers in near fine condition. Rare to find a copy of Binchy’s first book in such condition, which was published by The Irish Times. L3 7F
95.00
BECKETT, Samuel. Ill Seen Ill Said. California: Lord John Press, 1982. First edition. pp. 45, [1]. Original dark blue quarter calf on blue marbled boards, title in gilt along spine. Printed in black and blue on mould-made Bugra-butten paper. Edition limited to 299 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies. This [...]
950.00
BECKETT, Samuel. Company. London: Calder, 1980. Medium octavo. pp. 89. True first edition, first printing. Quarter vellum on brown linen, title and reproduced signature of Beckett in gilt. Deluxe first edition, limited to 100 copies, signed by Samuel Beckett on titlepage. This copy signed but not numbered on the titlepage [...]
1,250.00
BECKETT, Samuel. Come and Go. A Dramaticule. Illustrated. London: Calder and Boyars, 1967. First edition. pp. 10. Grey buckram, upper cover ruled in gilt with title and author. Edition limited to 100 copies (64) signed by the author. A fine copy in slipcase.Samuel Beckett, poet, novelist, and dramatist was [...]
1,250.00
Author Title Catalog Mainhead Pub Place Price Location Summary PubDate Sort BECKETT, Samuel. More Pricks than Kicks. 904 SIGNED LIMITED EDITION London: Calder & Boyars, 1970. pp. 21, [1]. Quarter white calf on brown cloth boards, title in gilt on upper cover and on spine. Edition limited to 100 copies [...]
1,250.00
Signed Limited Edition New York: Blue Moon, & London: John Calder, 1988. Folio. pp. [44]. Bound in quarter vellum parchment with a natural linen and cotton cloth stamped with a motif by the artist in eighteen-carat gold, backstrip lettered in gilt. Limited edition of 226 copies, numbered one to two [...]
2,500.00
NEESON, Eoin. The Life and Death of Michael Collins. Illustrated. 139 TLS FROM ‘THE SOLE SURVIVOR OF BEAL NA mBLATH’ Cork: The Mercier Press, 1968. pp. 163, [1]. Black cloth, titled in gilt. Detailed map of the ambush at Béal na mBlath on endpapers. Loosely inserted is a most [...]
475.00
McDONNELL, Kathleen Keyes. There is a Bridge at Bandon. A Personal Account of the Irish War of Independence. Illustrated. 100 Dublin: Mercier, 1972. pp. 217. Green cloth. Fine in d.j.  n outstanding book, telling the inside story of the failure of the 1916 Rising in Cork, the reorganising [...]
175.00
COOGAN, Tim Pat. Wherever Green is Worn. The Story of the Irish Diaspora. Illustrated. 102 London: Hutchinson, 2000. pp. xxii, 746. Fine in illustrated wrappers. “The author dedicates this work “”to the achievements of the Irish, and may reverence never descend upon us””.” 2001 COOGAN [...]
35.00
Progress House, Dublin, 1967. Soft Cover. In fine Condition: 112 pp. Illustrated. Contents include Maud Gonne, Constance de Markievicz. Eva Gore Booth, Mary MacSwiney, Grace Plunkett, Nora Connolly O’ Brien, Helena Molony, Hanna Sheehy – Skeffington, Maeve Cavanagh MacDowell, Dora Maguire, Charlotte Despard, Mother Jones. Lightly nicked at spine ends [...]
75.00
COMERFORD, Maire. The First Dáil January 21st 1919. Illustrated. 141 Dublin: Published by Joe Clarke, 1969. pp. 119. Pictorial wrappers designed by Joe Comerford. A good copy. The author was present at the first and other meetings of the first Dáil Éireann. She served on one of its committees and [...]
50.00
O’BRIEN, Conor Cruise. States of Ireland. 139 New York: Vintage Books, 1973. pp. 336. Green cloth, title in green on spine. Presentation inscription on front free endpaper. A very good copy. €30.00 L3 7B This work is a masterly and highly individual study of the whole complex situation [...]
30.00
NOYES, Alfred. The Accusing Ghost or Justice for Casement. Illustrated. 110 London: Victor Gollancz, 1957. First edition. pp. 191. Brown paper boards, title in gilt on spine. A very good copy in frayed dust jacket. Scarce. L3 7B
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O’DONOGHUE, Florence. Tomás MacCurtain. Foreword by Daniel Corkery. Illustrated. 83 Tralee, The Kerryman, 1958. pp. xiv, 226. Fine in frayed d.j. The Cork Separatist group was a remarkable combination of men of varied character and talents. Its three leaders, the men who successively commanded the Cork Brigade during [...]
75.00
[LYNCH, Florence Monteith] The Mystery Man of Banna Strand. The Life and Death of Captain Robert Monteith. Illustrated. 134 SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR New York: Vantage, 1959. First. pp. 203. Green papered boards, title in gilt along spine. Signed complimentary copy from the author. A fine copy in lightly frayed [...]
225.00
GLEESON, James. Bloody Sunday. Illustrated. 139 London: Peter Davies, 1962. First edition. pp. 212. Green papered boards, titled in silver. A very good copy in frayed dust jacket, with small tears. Scarce. Bloody Sunday tells the exciting story of Michael Collins’ struggle against the mighty British Empire and in particular [...]
75.00
O’CONNOR, Frank. The Big Fellow. Michael Collins and the Irish Revolution. Illustrated. 131 Dublin: Clonmore & Reynolds. London: Burns & Oates, 1965. pp. xii, [1], 192, 8 (plates). Black buckram, titled in gilt. Top edge red. A fine copy in frayed dust jacket. In this lengthy biography, the author [...]
65.00
O'Neil, Thomas: Eamonn de Valera
LONGFORD, The Earl of & O’NEILL, Thomas P. Eamon de Valera. Illustrated. 124 Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1971. pp. xix, [2], 499. Quarter brown buckram on marbled boards. Signed by De Valera. A good copy in frayed dustjacket. L3 7C
350.00
RYAN, Desmond. The Rising. The Complete Story of Easter Week. 144 Dublin: Golden Eagle Books, 1966. Fourth edition. pp. [vi], 276. Green papered boards, title in gilt on spine. With map of Dublin, Easter 1916, on endpapers. A fine copy in dust jacket. The full story of The Rising from [...]
60.00
TAYLOR, Rex. Michael Collins. Illustrated. 85 London, Hutchinson, 1958. First. pp. 352, 17 (illustrations). Fine in frayedd.j. L3 7B
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RYAN, A.P. Mutiny at the Curragh. Illustrated. 131 London: Macmillan, 1956. pp. xvii, 221. Green cloth, title in gilt on spine. Previous owner’s signature on front endpaper. A very good copy in frayed dust jacket. The author tells the story of the alleged ‘mutiny’ and plot against [...]
65.00
Ó BROIN, Leon. Dublin Castle and the 1916 Rising. Illustrated. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1970. Demy octavo. Revised edition. pp. 192. Green paper boards, titled in gilt. A near fine copy in frayed dust jacket. The story of the Rising, of the events that led up to it, and of [...]
75.00
BARRY, Commandant General Tom. Guerilla Days in Ireland. With maps and illustrations. Cork: Mercier Press, 1955. Demy octavo. Second edition. pp. [x], 223. Green papered boards, title in gilt on spine. A very good copy in frayed dust jacket. Inscribed on dedication “Is there any evidence that all the photographs [...]
65.00
O’FLAHERTY, Liam. The Black Soul. 110 London: Jonathan Cape, 1936. Third edition. pp. 256, 22 (Florin Books Catalogue). Beige cloth, title printed on upper cover and spine. A good copy. The story of a man shattered mentally and physically by war and desparing life. 1936 OFLAHERTY, Liam. L3 7F
120.00
O’FLAHERTY, Liam. The Child of God. 86 LIMITED TO 100 COPIES SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR London, Archer, 1926. First. 4to. pp. 19. Privately printed and limited to 100 numbered copies. Signed by the author. Very good in printed wraps. Extremely rare. L3 7F
485.00
O’FLAHERTY, Liam. The House of Gold. 129 London: Cape, 1929. First. pp. 352. Orange cloth, title in gilt on spine. A fine copy in very good dust jacket.  “Liam O’Flaherty (1897-1984), novelist, was born in Gort na gCapall on Inishmore in the Aran Islands. His father [...]
275.00
KINSELLA, Thomas. Nightwalker and other poems. 133 Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1967. pp. 24. Blue cloth, title in gilt along spine. Signed presentation copy from Thomas Kinsella to T.K. Whittaker. A fine copy with fraying to dust jacket on top of spine. L3 8F
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O’FLAHERTY, Liam. Insurrection. 100 London: Gollancz, 1950. First edition. pp. 254. Green cloth, title in black on spine. A fine copy in frayed but v.g. d.j. L3 7F
125.00
A memorial card, 3.5 x 2.5″, his monochrome photograph within a thick black border. JESUS MERCY! MARY HELP! Immaculate Heart of Mary pray for him. 100 days. O Merciful Jesus, give eternal rest to his soul, 7 years. In Undying Memory of   GENERAL MICHAEL COLLINS ( Commander-in-Chief of [...]
750.00
OSHIMA, Shotaro. W.B. Yeats and Japan. Tokyo: The Hokuseido Press, 1965. Royal octavo. pp xiv, 198. Green buckram, title in gilt on spine. Laid in is publisher’s envelope with “”improved images”” for four of the plates. Limited first edition. Complimentary slip, signed by Shotaro Oshima [...]
275.00
MacNEICE, Louis. The Revenant. A Song-Cycle for Hedli Anderson. Woodcut device on titlepage. 106 Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1975. pp. 31. Pages unopened. Edition limited to 350 copies. Quarter linen on blue paper boards, title printed in black on upper cover and on paper label on spine. A fine copy [...]
65.00
MONTAGUE, John. A Fair House: Versions of Irish Poetry. 134 “LIMITED EDITION SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR” Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1972. First edition. pp. vii, 39. Quarter linen on blue papered boards. Signed, numbered and limited edition of 350 copies. A fine copy. L4BC2 1B
285.00
BEHAN, Brendan. Brendan Behan’s Island. An Irish Sketch-book. With drawings by Paul Hogarth. Illustrated. 914 London: Hutchinson, 1962. First edition. pp. 192. Green and brown paper boards, title in gilt on spine. Top edges red. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. Signed by the author on title page [...]
450.00
RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS MAPS OF IRELAND
[IRISH RAILWAY MAPS] A General Map of Ireland to Accompany the Report of the Railway Commissioners shewing the Principal Physical Features and Geological Structure of the Country. Constructed in 1836 and Engraved in 1837-8. Six folded linen-backed coloured maps. Prepared and engraved under the direction of Lieut. Larcom. Scale One [...]
1,350.00
WILDE, Oscar
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 [...]
275.00
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] [...]
375.00
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 [...]
375.00
STANNUS, Mrs. Graydon. Old Irish Glass.
STANNUS, Mrs. Graydon. Old Irish Glass. Illustrated. London: The Connoisseur, 1920. First. 4to. pp. 116. . Very good. Scarce. L3 IID
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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 [...]
950.00
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 [...]
475.00
HENRY, Francoise. Irish Art: In the early Christian period to 800; During the Viking Invasions 800-1020.
HENRY, Francoise. Irish Art: In the early Christian period to 800; During the Viking Invasions 800-1020 In the Romanesque Period 1020-1170 A.D. Three volumes. Profusely illustrated with coloured and mono plates. London: Methuen, 1965/70. Revised edition. Medium quarto. pp. (1) xvi, 256, 112, viii, (2) xvi, 236, 112, viii [...]
135.00
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 [...]
475.00
[LAND OWNERS IN IRELAND] 1876 Return of Owners of Land of one acre and upwards, in the several Counties
[LAND OWNERS IN IRELAND] 1876 Return of Owners of Land of one acre and upwards, in the several Counties, Counties of Cities, and Counties of Towns in Ireland, Showing the names of such Owners arranged Alphabetically in each County; their addresses – as far as could be ascertained – the [...]
475.00
SWIFT, Jonathan Gulliver's Travels and Selected Writings in Prose and Verse.
SWIFT, Jonathan Gulliver’s Travels and Selected Writings in Prose and Verse. Edited by John Hayward. Bloomsbury: The Nonesuch Press & New York: Random House, 1934. First Nonesuch edition. pp. xviii, 868. Modern half maroon calf on maroon cloth boards, title, author and year in gilt direct on spine. Original [...]
175.00
GRATTAN, Henry. Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, by his son, Henry Grattan, Esq. M.P.
GRATTAN, Henry. Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, by his son, Henry Grattan, Esq. M.P. Five volumes. 135 A TRUE IRISH PATRIOT London: Colburn, 1839/1846. Contemporary half vellum on marbled boards, titles in gilt on red morocco labels on spines. From the library [...]
675.00
OWENSON, Miss. Patriotic Sketches of Ireland, written in Connaught. Two volumes.
OWENSON, Miss. Patriotic Sketches of Ireland, written in Connaught. Two volumes. London: Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-Street, Blackfriars, By T. Gillet, Wild-Court, 1807. pp. (1) [iii], xii, 178 (2) [iii], 162, [163-168 (books recently published by R. Phillips)]. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards, spine divided into six [...]
2,350.00
KINSELLA, Thomas & LE BROCQUY, Louis: THE TAIN Signed by Illustrator Louis le Brocquy.
Translated from the Irish by Thomas Kinsella. With one hundred and thirty-one brush drawings by Louis le Brocquy. Illustrated with maps, and three plates from the Lebor na hUidre, The Yellow Book of Lecan and The Book of Leinster. D: Dolmen Press, 1969. Folio. Lim. 1st edn. Bl. buckram. Slipcase [...]
3,500.00
DEERY Patsy: IRISH MAYFLIES: A FLY-FISHER'S GUIDE.
Ken Smith Publishing. Yeadon, West Yorkshire. 2007 1st edition. Two volume de luxe issue. Large 8vo (178 x 252mm). Ppxiv,166. Colour frontispiece photograph of the author, colour plates of flies. Full dark red morocco gilt, raised bands. Dark red leather and cloth slipcase. Edition limited to 65 copies in [...]
1,250.00
MASSON, Frédéric. Cavaliers de Napoléon. IN FINE SOTHERAN BINDING.
IN FINE SOTHERAN BINDING MASSON, Frédéric. Cavaliers de Napoléon. Illustrations d’après les tableaux et aquarelles de Édouard Detaille. Coloured frontispiece and thirty-one illustrations. Paris: Boussod, Valadon & Cie., Éditeurs, 24, Boulevard des Capucines, n.d. (c.1895). Quarto. pp. [iv], 238, [1], 21 (plates). Title printed in red and [...]
2,500.00
Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám. Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald.
ONE OF THE MOST MAGNIFICENT ILLUSTRATED BOOKS OF THE GOLDEN AGE OF ILLUSTRATION IN SUPERB BAYNTUN BINDING KHAYYÁM, Omar. Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám. Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald. Illustrated in Colour and in Line by René Bull. London: Hodder and Stoughton, [1913]. Large quarto. pp. [78], [10 tipped-in [...]
1,650.00
STOKES, Margaret. Notes on the Cross of Cong.
STOKES, Margaret. Notes on the Cross of Cong. Illustrated with two chromo-lithographs and two cuts. Dublin: Printed at the Dublin University Press by Ponsonby and Weldrick for Private Circulation, 1895. Quarto. pp.[4], 12, 2 (lithographs). Modern green buckram, with original printed wrappers bound in. A very good copy. [L4BC1 [...]
675.00
EAMONN DE VALERA: J.F.K‘s visit to Ireland Air Force One Autographed Pamphlet.
Originally purchased from the estate of a former Air Force One pilot, who flew Kennedy to Ireland. EAMONN DE VALERA (1882 – 1975) Air Force One Autographed  Pamphlet.     John F. Kennedy ‘s visit to Ireland was a truly historical event. This original pamphlet with the American Presidential Seal and Air [...]
950.00
[MAYO MASONS] "Rules and Orders".
[MAYO MASONS] “Rules and Orders. Which are to be punctually observed and kept by the most Antient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons, according to the old Constitutions granted by his Royal Highness Prince Edwin of York in the Year of Our Lord Nine Hundred Twenty and [...]
1,250.00
CROKER, Thomas Crofton. A Walk from London to Fulham.
CROKER, Thomas Crofton. A Walk from London to Fulham. By the late Thomas Crofton Croker. Revised and edited by his son, T.F. Dillon Croker. With additional illustrations by F.W. Fairholt. 141 London: William Tegg, 1860. pp. xx, [1], 22-256. Contemporary half black morocco over marbled boards, spine divided [...]
475.00
ATKINSON, Robert. The Passions and the Homilies from the Leabhar Breac: Text, Translation, and Glossary. 141 Dublin: Hodges Figgis, 1887. pp. vi, [5], 36-957, [1]. Contemporary full polished calf with original printed wrappers bound in. Covers framed by double gilt fillets, enclosing in gilt on the upper cover the badge [...]
385.00
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 [...]
85.00
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 [...]
345.00
Stranger in Ireland
CARR, John Esq. The Stranger in Ireland A Tour in the Southern and Western Parts of that Country, in the year 1805. With 16 folding hand-coloured aquatints and engraved map of the Lakes of Killarney. London: Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-Street, 1806. Quarto. pp. xv, [2], 530, 16 (plates). Contemporary [...]
2,350.00
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