9 March 2014

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1848: Famine period Carlow Court Quarter Sessions listing  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 104

Published Estimate: €€200-€300

Price Realised: €280

  • Dimensions: 12 by 15in., 30 by 37.5cm.
  • A unique manuscript document comprising of 3pp listing 67 cases of people to face trial at Carlow for a various crimes including possessing the fleece of a stolen sheep, stealing honey and stealing cows.

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1880. New York Herald Relief Fund for Distress in Ireland cheque.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 105

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €0


Coulter, Henry. The West of Ireland Its Existing Condition, and Prospects  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 106

Published Estimate: €€150-€200

Price Realised: €380

  • London: Hodges & Smith, 1862. First Edition. 8vo. Green Cloth Gilt. Very Good Pp. x, 372, adverts. Illustrated with 35 illustrations (mostly colour). It has one of the maps called for - the folding map of Ireland is present. Attractive copy with decorative gilt centrepiece and title gilt on spine. Original cloth. Rare.

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1848 (8 April). Letter from an Irishman giving eyewitness account of the Second Revolution in France  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 107

Published Estimate: €€150-€200

Price Realised: €0

  • Written by James" (surname unknown) at the Hotel de Lille et d'Albion to his sister Mrs H Mooney at Frascati Park, Blackrock, Dublin (once the home of Lord Edward Fitzgerald), he gives a graphic account of the affects of the revolution on the city and its people. Manuscript, pp3 and cover page with postal markings."

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1860 (13 June- 15 July) Unique New York City Police Department blotter for the 11th Precinct  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 108

Published Estimate: €€400-€600

Price Realised: €460

  • Dimensions: 13.5 by 8.5in., 33.75 by 21.25cm.
  • A unique manuscript record book of the activities and arrests of the 11th Precinct New York Police Department. An extremely valuable historical record containing many hundreds of names and addresses of offenders with crimes including a drunk Irish housewife sentenced to 6 months in the workhouse, pistol fired in the street, drunken sailors, arson, attempted suicide, a stray hog etc. While also recording police officer attendance and notes.

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[1861-65] American Civil War veterans autographs on 1949-51 first day covers  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 109

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €180

  • Two US Civil War first day covers signed by surviving veterans James A. Hard and Albert Woolston of the Union Army and Confederate W. J. Bush, 85 years after the war ended. Remarkable items.

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1837 (24 December) Cork Barracks Cholera Epidemic account  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 110

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €160

  • A 4pp manuscript letter written by a soldier in Cork Barracks describing the outbreak of Cholera in the Barracks the Cholera has made its appearance in the Barracks, two or three cases within the last few days which terminated fatally. It is to be hoped that they are merely individual cases and that the disease will not spread for the idea of the havoc it would make...is too dreadful to contemplate..." Further content relating to his decision to join the army and personal reasons for doing so. An interesting insight into British Army garrison life in 19th century Ireland."

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1865. Fermoy Garrison Athletic Sports poster.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 111

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €100


1866 (25 December) Hue-And-Cry James Stephens Wanted Proclamation  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 112

Published Estimate: €€80-€120

Price Realised: €140

  • Christmas Day 1866 edition of the Irish Police Gazette with the front page carrying a dramatic notice offering a reward for James Stephens following his escape from Richmond Prison. Also with 22 June 1883 and 9 May 1884 editions of the gazette. (3 items)

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1866: Fenian Bond Irish Republic Fifty Dollars  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 113

Published Estimate: €€400-€600

Price Realised: €440

  • Recess printed by Continental Bank Note Co., New York. A scarce higher denomination. Unissued.These bonds were issued in America to fund the Fenian Rising of 1867 and were redeemable six months after the acknowledgement of the Independence of the Irish Nation". They were intended to raise funds and finance attacks against British interests worldwide. An attempted invasion of Canada took place in 1867."

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1866: Twenty Dollars Irish Republic Fenian Bond  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 114

Published Estimate: €€400-€600

Price Realised: €380


1866 (22 June) Ten Dollars Irish Republic Fenian Bond  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 115

Published Estimate: €€300-€500

Price Realised: €620

  • Recess printed by The Continental Bank Note Printing Company of New York. A scarce issued denomination, signed by JJ Sullivan and Michael Scanlon, issued on 22 June 1866 to one 'P. Maher'.

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1866: Fenian Bond Irish Republic Ten Dollars  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 116

Published Estimate: €€150-€180

Price Realised: €200


1866: Fenian Bond Irish Republic Five Dollars signed John O'Mahony.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 117

Published Estimate: €€150-€250

Price Realised: €180

  • Dimensions: 3.5 by 8in., 8.75 by 20cm.
  • Recess printed by Continental Bank Note Co., New York. With names of counties in the border, issued 17 March 1866, signed by Sullivan and O'Mahony. The latter, John O'Mahony, born 1816, near Mitchelstown, County Cork, died Feb. 6, 1877, was an Irish nationalist leader. On the run from the British since the abortive 1848 Insurrection, he escaped to New York in 1853, where he co-founded with James Stephens and led (1858 – 66) the Fenian Brotherhood. By 1865 the American Fenian group had become large and prosperous and was sending money and arms to Ireland. O'Mahony reluctantly backed the Irish Fenians' decision to stage military raids in Canada against the British, part of a scheme to hold Canada hostage for the cause of Irish freedom. The raids failed - as did the 1867 Rising in Ireland, and he resigned, but he was later called out of retirement in 1872 and continued to work for Irish independence until his death in 1877.

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1866: Fenian Bond Irish Republic Five Dollars signed John O'Mahony.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 118

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €180

  • Dimensions: 3.5 by 8in., 8.75 by 20cm.
  • Recess printed by Continental Bank Note Co., New York. With names of counties in the border, issued 17 March 1866, signed by Sullivan and O'Mahony. (See lot 117 )

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1866 Irish Republic Five Dollars Bond issued in USA by the Fenians, signed John O'Mahony.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 119

Published Estimate: €€150-€200

Price Realised: €160

  • Used to raise funds for the Fenian Rising in 1867, signed by the famous Fenian leader, John O'Mahony living in exile. With images of Hibernia and Wolfe Tone, county and province names in border, printed by Continental Bank Note Company of New York.

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1868 (24 June) Handwritten account of the Fenian Raids  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 120

Published Estimate: €€200-€300

Price Realised: €180

  • A 2pp single sheet manuscript letter sent from Port Huron, Michigan with a scarce reference to the Fenian Raids ... you will in no doubt be sometimes hearing something about the Fenians. I do not think that you need be much alarmed although I believe they will make a dash somewhere in Canada this summer but it will end in smoke, the leaders have got to show some account for the cash they have got and the preparations for a raid will soon foot up a good sized bill. There is a company of them here they drill twice a week in their lodge room and I believe are armed with old muskets... they are mostly miserable specimens of humanity.." Also with a single sheet handbill titled "The Fenian's Native Land" a song with words by P. H. Casey, printed by H. de Marsan 54 Chatham Street, New York. (2 items)"

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[1867] Allen Larkin & O'Brien (Manchester Martyrs") Memorial, Kilrush, Co. Clare, certificate of subscription ."  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 121

Published Estimate: €€80-€120

Price Realised: €0

  • Dimensions: 15 by 20in., 37.5 by 50cm.
  • A memorial to the three Fenians was proposed in the 1890s and completed in 1903. The three had taken part in an abortive attempt - in which a policeman was killed - to rescue a prisoner in Manchester. They were hanged in November 1867.

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[1867] Fenian John Devoy (1842-1929) funeral badge  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 122

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €160

  • An elaborate American Irish funeral memorial badge produced by Eagle Regalia New York. Scarce. Devoy was the last great Fenian. Active for over 60 years in the cause for Irish freedom, he was a senior officer in the Fenian Brotherhood, recruiting Irish soldiers in the British forces in the 1860s and later assisting Roger Casement to do the same in the prisoner of war camps in Germany. Involved in the 1867 Rising he was imprisoned for 15 years, after which he went to America where he raised large amounts of money for Irish revolutionaries including Padraig Pearse, and later worked with Eamon de Valera and the Irish Free State government.

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1865-67: Convict Prisons in Ireland Reports  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 123

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €0


1877: Collection of Carlow Jail pay and suppliers receipts  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 124

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €100

  • Dimensions: 4.5 by 7in., 11.25 by 17.5cm.
  • A complete collection of 27 signed receipts issued by Carlow Jail various individuals including employees for wages, and various goods and services including repairing of grates, hanging paper, potatoes, turf, coal, bread etc. An interesting insight into the administration of the Jail.

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1868 (29 August) French Consulate in Ireland Wexford appointment certificate  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 125

Published Estimate: €€80-€120

Price Realised: €0

  • Dimensions: 12.5 by 8in., 31.25 by 20cm.
  • Official certificate of the French Consulate in Ireland appointing Charles Taylor as a Consulate Agent in Wexford. An extremely scarce item. Framed

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circa 1870: Drawing of County of Dublin Militia reviewed by their Colonel Lord Meath  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 126

Published Estimate: €€300-€500

Price Realised: €0

  • Dimensions: 7 by 10in., 17.5 by 25cm.
  • Framed original watercolour and ink drawing signed lower right 'Sadler'. Depicting members of the Dublin County Militia and band being inspected by their Colonel, William Brabazon. Appears to be part of a series of drawings one of which is held by the National Library of Ireland and attributed by them to William Sadler.

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circa 1870: Drawing of the inspection of the Dublin City Militia  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 127

Published Estimate: €€300-€500

Price Realised: €0

  • Dimensions: 8 by 13in., 20 by 32.5cm.
  • Framed original watercolour and ink drawing of the inspection of the Dublin City Militia (Queen's Own Royal Regiment) including Colonel Latouche, D. Leach and Adjutant Forsythe. Acquired from the same source as lot 126 and in the same style as that artist.

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circa 1870: Irish Protestant Benevolent Society Medal  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 128

Published Estimate: €€150-€200

Price Realised: €160

  • White metal stamped medal. The St. Patrick’s Society of Montreal was founded on March 17, 1834 to care for Irish immigrants and to defend the local Irish-Canadian community’s interests. The society was non-sectarian until 1856 when the Protestant members split and formed the Irish Protestant Benevolent Society. A possible catalyst to the break was a riot in 1853, in which Protestants and Catholics clashed in Montreal. The St. Patrick’s Society is today a charitable, social and educational organisation. The Society had a prominent role in the building of St. Patrick’s Church (now Basilica) which opened in 1847, and in the creation of the Cote des Neiges Cemetery, which opened in 1885. The Society was also the organiser of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade until 1916.

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1871: The Great Chicago Fire: a Dublin printed handbill poem by Jeremiah Cronan  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 129

Published Estimate: €€80-€120

Price Realised: €70

  • Dimensions: 11 by 4in., 27.5 by 10cm.
  • An extremely scarce handbill printed by Brereton, Dublin and titled “Lines Written on the Most Dreadful Fire That Broke Out in Chicago in America, Composed by Jeremiah Cronan”

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[1858] The Atlantic Telegraph by W. H. Russell  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 130

Published Estimate: €€400-€600

Price Realised: €400

  • Day & Son, London, circa 1865. Original green cloth gilt, quarto pp 110 including Appendix. 26 full page tinted lithographs including 5 views of Valentia, Co. Kerry. Slight water staining affecting some plates, spine replaced, original covers, worn. A good example of this very attractive and interesting account of the laying of the first transatlantic cable from Valentia to Newfoundland in August 1858.

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19th Century: Maritime painting of 'Wild Wave of Dublin' by C. G. Bradshaw  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 131

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €180

  • Dimensions: 13.5 by 20in., 33.75 by 50cm.
  • Gouache on tinted board, framed. Signed lower left 'C. G. Bradshaw, Dublin' and titled lower right 'Wild Wave of Dublin'. The Wild Wave was a large sailing vessel which regularly travelled to and from Dublin during the 1870s with cargo.

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19th Century Flag: Green Ensign. A flag used by some Irish Merchant Shipping  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 133

Published Estimate: €€300-€500

Price Realised: €850

  • Dimensions: 45 by 82in., 112.5 by 205cm.
  • There is evidence that the Green Ensign, although never officially approved, had been used by some Irish ships since the 17th Century. The early versions use the emblem of the Irish Revenue – a “Mermaid” Harp surmounted by a crown in gold. However the background should have been St. Patrick’s Blue rather than emerald green according to the authorities. In the 1830s The Western Yacht Club used the Green Ensign for a while. In some cases Irish vessels had this flag confiscated by authorities in harbours in Britain, Ireland and the West Indies according to some records. In 1872, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in reply to the Admiralty, declared the use of the Green Ensign to be incorrect, and in support attached a well researched paper by Sir J. Barnard-Burke, Ulster King of Arms, supporting the choice of blue as the National Colour of Ireland. Thus the Harp is shewn as gold on blue in the Royal Standard, and indeed since the 1930s the same is the Standard of the President of the Republic of Ireland. A scarce and interesting flag.

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19th Century: Irish Maritime Signalling Burgee  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 134

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €120


circa 1875: Hounsell's Flags and Signals of all Nations  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 135

Published Estimate: €€200-€300

Price Realised: €0


19th Century: Commissioner of Irish Lights peaked cap with badge  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 136

Published Estimate: €€200-€300

Price Realised: €300


1794: Huddart Hydrographical Survey of the West Coast of Ireland  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 137

Published Estimate: €€200-€300

Price Realised: €0

  • A new hydrographical survey of the West Coast of Ireland, from the Shannon Mouth to Urris Head, with part of the North Coast from Urris Head to Milk Haven being a continuation of the marine surveys made by Capt. J. Huddart. Framed.

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1875: Sir F. Leopold McClintock The Voyage of the 'Fox' in The Arctic Seas...  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 138

Published Estimate: €€60-€80

Price Realised: €60


20th Century: Brass theodolite  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 139

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €180


1872: Dublin Exhibition of Arts, Industries and Manufactures Juror's Medal  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 140

Published Estimate: €€150-€200

Price Realised: €160

  • Dimensions: 2.5 by 2.5in., 6.25 by 6.25cm.
  • Dublin Exhibition of Arts, Industries and Manufactures medal for 1872 engraved on the reverse Alexander Parker Esqr. J.P. Juror" A scarce item."

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Trench, Henry. Shannon Floods. Lough Derg Level. The 25 Miles North from Killaloe  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 141

Published Estimate: €€200-€300

Price Realised: €300

  • Belfast: Marcus Ward, First & Only Edition. 4to. Cloth Backed Printed Boards. Very good. Privately printed. Cangort Park, Roscrea. 1879/80. Double page map & 7 coloured lithographic plates (1 double page). Topical considering the recent flooding in that area. Extremely rare.

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1876: Collection of issues of the Irish Police Gazette  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 142

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €100


circa 1880: Victorian decorated police truncheon  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 143

Published Estimate: €€50-€70

Price Realised: €400


circa 1880: Pair of Staffordshire figures on horseback in ceremonial dress  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 144

Published Estimate: €€200-€300

Price Realised: €0


circa 1883: Police photographs of 'Invincibles' Michael Fagan and Laurence Hanlon  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 145

Published Estimate: €€300-€500

Price Realised: €300

  • Dimensions: 4.25 by 2.5in., 10.625 by 6.25cm.
  • A pair of contemporary police photographs of Irish National Invincibles" Michael Fagan and Laurence Hanlon. Both with a contemporary note giving each sitter's name below their portrait. Both with notes on the reverse in indelible pencil, Hanlon's stating "one of the 4" and Fagan's "In the cab supposed to have murdered Mrs. Smythe". The latter certainly appears to be connected to the Westmeath, Barbavilla murder of Maria Smythe who had been killed in an attempt to assassinate her brother-in-law William Barlow Smythe a landlord. It was believed that Fagan along with Daniel Curley and Thomas Caffrey had formed an assassination committee to organise the attempt on Smythe's life."

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circa 1900: Royal Irish Constabulary barrack plaque  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 146

Published Estimate: €€800-€1200

Price Realised: €1500


1881 (2 June) Dublin Castle telegram regarding Clare 'Land War' incident  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 147

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €90

  • A post office telegram sent from Dublin Castle to the Irish Office London reporting that The County Inspector at Ennis telegraphs this morning as follows, attended yesterday to protect process server serving writs on Colonel O'Callaghan's tenants police fired on by people shots exchanged no one shot on either side...""

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circa 1870 Irish Patriots and Eminent Men. Large framed Print. Undated.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 148

Published Estimate: €€150-€200

Price Realised: €160

  • Dimensions: 24 by 30in., 60 by 75cm.
  • London: Beckma, Bros. The image includes Gerald Griffin, Wolfe Tone, Thomas Moore, Edmund Burke, Brian Boru, Oliver Plunkett, Patrick Sarsfield, Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Daniel O'Connell, Robert Emmet, John Mitchel & others.

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Hamilton, Edwin (Ed.), Pat" [Irish Periodical] Vol. 1. No. 1 - 26 & Vol. 2. No. 1- 51. 15th January, 1881 - 31st December, 1882"  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 149

Published Estimate: €€500-€700

Price Realised: €480

  • (77 issues). ill. John Fergus O'Hea. Dublin: Swan, 1881. 4to. Hard Cover. Good 77 issues bound in one vol. Colour & black & white illustrations. Covers worn and stained. Internally very good. Rare. Pat was an Irish weekly satirical journal published in Dublin by W. P. Swan, beginning in December 1879. It was founded by cartoonist John Fergus O'Hea and writer Edwin Hamilton, who had previously worked on Zozimus and Ireland's Eye. Pat's political sympathies were for Home Rule, although it also featured apolitical material. The character of Pat, the honest Irishman represented as a handsome, good-natured tenant farmer, would appear in cartoons by O'Hea and others in other publications. Pat temporarily stopped publishing in September 1880, but resumed publication in January 1881, with cartoonist Thomas Fitzpatrick joining O'Hea on the title. It finally folded in March 1883, after which Hamilton founded the short-lived magazine The Irish Diamond.

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1886-1887: Bound collection of Weekly Freeman political cartoons  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 150

Published Estimate: €€400-€500

Price Realised: €500

  • Dimensions: 13 by 19.5in., 32.5 by 48.75cm.
  • A collection of 45 Weekly Freeman supplement Irish political cartoons for the years 1886 and 1887 contained in its original binding. Hand tinted with some excellent examples. Also with 4 other loose political cartoons of the same period from United Ireland, The Union and Weekly Freeman.

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1880-1890: Collection of assorted 'United Ireland' cartoons  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 151

Published Estimate: €€120-€150

Price Realised: €120


1883-87: Collection of Freeman's Journal cartoons  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 152

Published Estimate: €€150-€250

Price Realised: €600


1884 (26 March) Edward James Saunderson caricature drawing and handwritten letter  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 153

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €90

  • Dimensions: 7.5 by 4.5in., 18.75 by 11.25cm.
  • A pen and ink caricature drawing of the Irish Parliamentary Party MP John Dillon on Kildare Street Club, Dublin headed paper attributed to the Irish Unionist politician Edward James Saunderson. Together with a handwritten and signed letter by Saunderson with content relating to political aims and a pamphlet which he proposes to write ...in justification of our recent stand in Ulster. This is the form it will take in two columns, Speeches of the Leaguers / Crimes and outrages following speech." (2 items)."

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19th Century: Charles Stewart Parnell and John Dillon commemorative cup and saucer  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 154

Published Estimate: €€100-€150

Price Realised: €220

  • A cup and saucer with transfer decorated images of John Dillon and Charles Stewart Parnell surrounded by shamrocks and Irish symbols. Also with more modern saucer showing an image of George Washington with crossed flags of Ireland and USA and green and gold decoration.

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