21 April 2012

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1850s: Hall's Ireland Its Scenery and Characters  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 440

Reserve: €200


1877: Earl of Dunraven Notes on Irish Architecture  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 443

Reserve: €4000

  • Dimensions: 15 by 10.5 in.
  • Quarter calf, embossed with gilt, marbled boards.First edition in two volumes, published by George Bell and Sons, London. An excellent publication with fine illustrative plates.

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Familiar London painted by Rose Barton  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 444

Reserve: €250


1889: The Woman's World Edited by Oscar Wilde with signed letter  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 447

Reserve: €5000

  • Dimensions: 12 by 9 in.
  • Original boards, 664pp.Scarce with articles by Oscar Wilde (Editor), Constance Wilde and Lady Wilde. (Sperenza) Also with a three page handwritten and signed letter from Oscar Wilde at his London address 16 Tite Street, on embossed "Lyric Club" notepaper.

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James Joyce, Ulysses signed German edition number one in three volumes.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 450

Reserve: €8000

  • Dimensions: 8 by 6 in.
  • Provenance: Library of Robert Bosch (with his inkstamp on front free endpapers); McInerney (bookplates on upper pastedown); Araby Books, New York; The Quentin Keynes Collection, Christie's, London, 8 April 2004, lot 722; Whence purchased by the present owner
  • Basel: Rhein-Verlag, 1927, original half morocco over patterned paper boards.Rhein-Verlag, Basel, 1927. The first edition in German, limited to 1,100 copies, of which the first 100 were signed by Joyce. This is number 1 of the 100 signed copies. The German edition was the first translation of Ulysses to be published. Rhein-Verlag held a competition to find a translator, finally selecting Georg Goyert, who subsequently worked with Joyce on the translation in Ostend during the summer of 1926. Joyce was pleased with the edition and the publication was a success, selling out in three weeks. Issued in three volumes, each octavo in quarter brown morocco over marbled boards; raised bands at spine with green calf gilt lettering labels; red cloth page markers; top edges gilt, some gatherings still uncut. Edges a little rubbed, corners bumped, upper hinge of Vol. I partially split, but an excellent set overall, and extremely rare with Joyce’s signature.

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James Joyce, Anna Livia Plurabelle limited first edition of 50 copies  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 451

Reserve: €3000

  • Dimensions: 7 by 5 in.
  • New York: Princeton University Press for Crosby Gaige, 1928. Printed on light green paper watermarked 'Alexandra Japan Made in U.S.A.'. Original black cloth gilt, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, boards with borders in blind, upper board with central gilt design, top edge gilt, others uncut.Anna Livia Plurabelle. Preface by Padraic Colum. First edition, limited to 50 copies of which this is 6, on light green paper. Slocum and Cahoon note that: "Of these 50 copies [on light green paper] probably 6 were offered for sale by the publisher. These were numbered 1 to 6, with the following notice on p.[iv] in the handwriting of Crosby Gaige: This is one of 6 copies on green paper. Crosby Gaige.' 'The remaining 44 copies were presumably given away by Crosby Gaige, with the exception of a few which were remaindered to the Chaucer Head Book Shop, New York, in 1938 by Random House.’ However, this copy is simply numbered '6', and does not bear the publisher's statement on the limitation page. Very few of the 50 copies were numbered, and none were signed by Joyce. The precise reason Gaige printed a small edition on green paper is unknown. A clear possibility is that he offered the green paper copies as a limited edition to be sold at an inflated price. Joyce would be unaware of the edition as he was not asked to sign them and Gaige could retain all the proceeds for himself. Rare, only one copy is recorded at auction by ABPC since 1975. This fragment forms pages 532-554 of Finnegans Wake.

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James Joyce Finnegans Wake signed limited edition  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 452

Reserve: €6000

  • Dimensions: 10.25 by 6.5 in.
  • Provenance: Whyte's, 5 April 2008, lot 146; Whence purchased by the present owner
  • Literature: John J. Slocum and Hervert Cahoon, A Bibliography of James Joyce (1882-1941), Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1971, A49, pp. 61-2
  • Published simultaneously by Faber and Faber, London, and Viking Press, New York, 1939, in a special limited edition of 425 signed copies, of which this is no. 13. Tall octavo; original red cloth lettered and ruled in gilt at spine. Fore-edge untrimmed; top edge gilt. A very good copy of Joyce’s most ambitious work, which aimed at being nothing less than a history of the world.

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James Joyce Haveth Childers Everywhere signed first edition  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 453

Reserve: €8000

  • Dimensions: 11.5 by 7.5 in.
  • Provenance: Cathach Books, Dublin; Whyte's, 5 April 2008, lot 139; Whence purchased by the present owner
  • Literature: John J. Slocum and Hervert Cahoon, A Bibliography of James Joyce (1882-1941), Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1971, A41, pp. 53-4
  • Published by Henry Babou and Jack Kahane, Paris, and the Fountain Press, New York, June 1930. Limited edition of 685 copies; the first one hundred of which were printed on imperial handmade iridescent Japanese velum and signed by Joyce in pencil on limitation page . This is no. 45. Printed and made in France by Ducros et Colas. Quarto; original wrappers printed in green and black, with glassine jacket.

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James Joyce The Day of the Rabblement  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 454

Reserve: €8000

  • Dimensions: 21 by 14 in.
  • Provenance: Cathach Books, Dublin; Whyte's, 5 April 2008, lot 126; Whence purchased by the present owner
  • Literature: John J. Slocum and Hervert Cahoon, A Bibliography of James Joyce (1882-1941), Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1971, B1, pp. 71-3
  • Joyce’s first published essay and only the second of any of his published works. A critique of the overt nationalism and perceived provincialism of the Irish Literary Theatre, Joyce’s essay was originally commissioned by the editor of St Stephen’s magazine, but subsequently rejected by the censor on account of its mentioning a novel by Gabriel D’annunzio, Il Fuco (1900), which was banned by the Vatican.Privately published by Joyce and F. J. C. Skeffington, whose similarly censored essay on women’s education, ‘A Forgotten Aspect of the University Question’, is also contained herein. Joyce and Skeffington arranged for their essays to be printed together in pamphlet form by Gerrard Bros. The exact quantity printed is unknown. Skeffington’s son believed it to be in the region of 100 to 200, but in A Catalogue of Rare Books published in 1933 by the Ulysses Bookshop, New York, it was stated definitely that only 85 copies were printed. Handsomely presented in a green cloth folding box with matching slipcase of half calf, lettered in gilt and with raised bands. Handsomely presented in a green cloth folding box with matching slipcase of half calf, lettered in gilt and with raised bands.

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James Joyce interest St. Stephen's, A Record of University Life, Dublin  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 458

Reserve: €700

  • Dimensions: 10.75 by 8 in.
  • Vol Number I, nos 1-3 [of 7]. Original printed wrappers, the 3 issues contained in a later cloth box, gilt morocco lettering-piece. When the Irish Literary Theatre regressed, as Joyce perceived it, towards a more 'Irish' drama with productions of Douglas Hyde's Irish-language Casadh-an-tSugáin and Yeats and George Moore's Diarmuid and Grania, the young writer's violent reaction was 'The Day of the Rabblement', fulminating that: 'The Irish Literary Theatre gave out that it was the champion of progress, and proclaimed war against commercialism and vulgarity [... but the devil of the popular will] has prevailed once more, and the Irish Literary Theatre must now be considered the property of the rabblement of the most belated race in Europe' . Joyce submitted his essay to Hugh Kennedy, an established adversary and the editor of St. Stephen's, who in turn consulted Father Henry Browne (the magazine's advisor); Browne rejected the essay because of a reference to D'Annunzio's Il Fuoce, which was listed in the Index librorum prohibitorum (list of publications prohibited by the Catholic Church). Concurrent with Joyce's troubles, his friend Sheehy-Skeffington was encountering similar obstacles in his efforts to publish his essay 'A Forgotten Aspect of the University Question'. Skeffington's essay proposed equal status for women at the university. Since both essays were rejected by St. Stephen's for different reasons, Joyce and Sheehy-Skeffington determined to publish them privately and the two pieces were yoked together and printed in an edition of 85 copies, prefaced by the statement 'These two essays were commissioned by the Editor of St. Stephen's for that paper, but were subsequently refused by the Censor'.

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Lucia Joyce handwritten postal label  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 460

Reserve: €200

  • Dimensions: 3.25 by 5 in.
  • Includes her own name and address and well as that of the addressee Cyril Corrigan, a classmate of James Joyce at UCD and an enduring acquaintance thereafter.

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1957: Portrait of Brian O'Nolan (Flann O Briain) by his brother  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 463

Reserve: €200

  • Dimensions: 19 by 14 in.
  • Artist's proof, (no. 1 from an edition of 10)Portrait of the famous Irish novelist, playwright and satirist Brian O'Nolan (Flann O Briain, Myles na gCapalleen) by his brother Miceal O Nuallain. Framed

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1960-85: Collection of literary interest publications including Nonplus complete collection  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 468

Reserve: €150

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  • Nonplus, numbers 1 to 4. Printed by the Dolmen Press Autumn 1959 to Winter 1960. Edited by Patricia Murphy, wife of poet Richard Murphy. With contributions from Brian O'Nolan, Patrick Kavanagh et al. Also with Dublin Magazine, 6 issues, 1965-1972, Kilkenny Magazine, Vol. 11-14, 1964-66, The Crane Bag, 3 issues, 1983 to 1985, ARENA, issues 1 to 3 and Old Fashioned Pilgrimage by Austin Clarke Dolmen Press, 1967.

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19th Century: Album of Paxton Botanical Prints  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 471

Reserve: €300


1853: A History of British Butterflies by Rev. F. O. Morris  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 472

Reserve: €150

  • Dimensions: 10 by 6.5 in.
  • Quarter leather, marbled boards, Groombridge London, 197pp.A historic work with excellent colour plates of species. A must for anyone with an interest in entomology.

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Wendy Walsh A prospect of Irish flowers  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 474

Reserve: €800

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  • Cloth boards with matching flower decorated slip case (no. 15 from an edition of 125)A scarce and sought after publication, beautifully illustrated with watercolours and pencil vignettes. Signed by Wendy Walsh and E. Charles Nelson. Published by Blackstaff Press.

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Trees of Ireland: Native and Naturalised signed limited edition  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 476

Reserve: €1000

  • Dimensions: 12 by 8 in.
  • Backed cloth boards, gilt spine, original slip case, Lilliput Press, 1993, 247pp.Signed hors commerce edition (no. 21 from an edition of 26) of this most attractive and sought-after book by Charles Nelson and illustrated by Wendy Walsh.

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Susan Sex and Brendan Sayers Ireland's Wild Orchids  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 477

Reserve: €1500

  • Dimensions: 21 by 14 in.
  • Three quarter morocco with gilt and slip case.Ireland's Wild Orchids number 9 of an edition of 700 (subscribers 1 to 50)signed by both Susan Sex and Brendan Sayers. Also with set of corresponding botanical plates embossed with stamp of National Botanic Gardens, limited edition 9 of 50 with presentation box. Excellent example

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1875 (June 30) Queen's Theatre of Varieties printed Programme  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 478

Reserve: €150

  • Dimensions: 17.25 by 12.45 in.
  • “Grand Reception American Team” Attractively printed on a silk like material with fine embroidered boarder. The Queen's Theatre, Dublin, located in Pearse Street was originally built in 1829 as the Adelphi Theatre. This building was demolished in 1844 and rebuilt as the Queens Royal Theatre. Framed

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1970s: RTÉ Pat Billings 'That's Entertainment' Radio Programme archive  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 483

Reserve: €200

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  • An archive of radio Scripts, correspondence, clippings and reel to reel tapes compiled by Pat Billings in the 1970s during his work in RTÉ on Morgan O' Driscoll's That's Entertainment Radio Programme during the 1970s. A large number of files comprising radio scripts for the programme and other documents as well as reel to reel tapes with radio clips of The Glass Menagerie, The Untouchables, Guards of Stone, Outland etc. An interesting collection

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GAA 1885-86: Championship Medals, won by J. Hennessy for 3 and 7 mile walk  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 485

Reserve: €800

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  • Pair of scarce and early Gaelic Athletic Association Championship Medals awarded in the first and second year of the Association's existence. Both won by J. Hennessy, the first for the 3 Mile Walk, 1885 the second for the 7 Mile Walk, 1886. Attractive white metal medals, the obverse decorated with gaelic symbolism and motifs, the reverse with a shamrock bearing the names of Dr. Croke, Davitt and Parnell and inscribed with details of the race and recipient. (2 items)

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1893: GAA All Ireland Football Championship Medal won by Wexford  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 486

Reserve: €8000

  • Dimensions: 1.25 by 1 in.
  • Hallmarked gold medal awarded to Michael Curran of Young Irelands. Engraved "G.A.A. all Ireland Football Championship Won By Wexford 1893" to reverse and "M. Curran" in circular cartouche to obverse. The 1893 final was played in June 1894 between Young Irelands, Wexford and Dromtariffe of Cork. The final was without doubt was one of the most unusual in the history of the association. The match was arranged to be played at Ashtown near the Phoenix Park but the pitch was unplayable, described by the Wexford Independent at the time as "a graveyard overgrown with grass..." The crowd of approximately 2000, which had come to see the game made their way to the polo pitch in the nearby Phoenix Park in hope that the game could take place there. The polo pitch, however, had no markings or goalposts that were suitable for a football match, but ingenuity triumphed and city drivers placed their jaunting cars at intervals around the pitch while the people in between the cars acted as the boundary lines. When the match finally did get underway the Young Irelands went into an early lead with the benefit of the hill. The second half saw Cork disallowed a goal and "a Cork man swooped down on Paddy Curran who was bending over the ball and gave him an open kick in the face which turned his left eye out of his head...". This led to a mass invasion of the pitch and after the Dublin referee did eventually restore order and asked the teams to replace their casualties, the Cork team refused to return to the pitch handing the title to Wexford with a winning score of 1-1 to 0-2. A hard-earned and scarce medal. For more information see The Wexford Hurling & Football Bible 1887-2008 by Dominic Williams.

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GAA 1909-1958: Prize medals including Leinster Colleges medal  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 488

Reserve: €100

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  • 1957-8 Leinster Colleges Senior Football Championship medal awarded to St. Joseph's Fairview. Also 1909 Inter Championship medal, 1934 medal awarded to St. Pauls. Early GAA medal with no inscription by Egan of Cork. Harp pin back badge inscribed S.P.S. (5 items)

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GAA 1914: Dublin Senior Football Championship medal awarded to Geraldines  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 489

Reserve: €300

  • Dimensions: 1.5 by 1.5 in.
  • Hallmarked 9ct gold.Dublin Senior Football Championship medal in the usual form for this period with hallmarks and makers marks to reverse. This Geraldines team won three titles in four years between 1914 and 1917.

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GAA 1968 La Touche Cup winners medal  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 490

Reserve: €50


Soccer 1922 I.R.A. Benefit Match medal awarded to Fairview Celtic  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 493

Reserve: €300

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  • An unusual and interesting football medal with celtic motif design. Hallmarked Dublin silver and inscribed on reverse "D. Head I.R.A. Benefit Match 1922/Winners/Fairview" and subsequently engraved underneath "C.B.". 'D. Head' possibly referring to Dublin Headquarters.

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Soccer: 1958 Manchester United 'Busby Babes' autographs  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 494

Reserve: €300

  • Dimensions: 4.25 by 6.5 in.
  • Collection of Manchester United autographs on a single page within an autograph book with many of the 'Busby Babes' including Eddie Colman, David Pegg, Mark Jones, Jackie Blanchflower, John Doherty etc.

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1939-45: German National Sports badges  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 501

Reserve: €80


1952 Olympics: Helsinki collection including Athletics Weekly issues  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 504

Reserve: €250

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  • Including Athletics Weekly special Olympic Games issue 2 August and 9 August, Monaco first day cover gymnastics postcard, So Kampften Sie book with stereoscopic views and glasses included and Games 1952 British Olympic Association Official Report

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Tailteann Games 1928 medal for Gymnastics  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 506

Reserve: €200

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  • Hallmarked silver medal in fitted case of issue by The Jewellery & Metal Co. Dublin. Usual style with 'Aonach Tailteann, Baile Átha Cliath, 1928' marked on reverse and engraved "Gymastics First".

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Swimming: 1931-2 Republican and Pembroke Swimming Club medals  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 507

Reserve: €100


Horse Racing 1940s-50s: Curragh and Naas Races press photographs  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 516

Reserve: €100


19th Century: Album of La Mode coloured fashion engravings (28) plus indian watercolour and others  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 519

Reserve: €250

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  • Album of La Mode mixed fashion plates (28) and other items including an Indian watercolour of a lady. Also with two postcard books of Moscow and Alsace. (3 items)

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1946: 'Vosges' SNCF French railway poster  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 530

Reserve: €150


1950s: Aer Lingus Enniskerry Wicklow poster  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 532

Reserve: €200


1955: 'Corse' SNCF French railway poster  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 534

Reserve: €150


1936-1961: Guinness booklet collection  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 543

Reserve: €100

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  • Including The World and his Wife, 8pp, G.A./1187, Hely's Ltd, Dublin. 1959 Alice Versary (1759-1959 The Guinness Birthday Book) 16pp, GA/2437/59, W. S. Cowell Ltd, Ipswich. 1954 What will they think of next? (A Guinness Inventory) 16pp, G.A. 2081, Sanders Phillips & Co. Ltd., England. 1961 My Goodness ! My Gilbert and Sullivan ! 16pp, 403/61, W. S. Cowell Ltd, Ipswich. 1951 Album Victorianum 20pp, G.A. 924, John Waddington. Also with 1936 History of Guinness Dublin booklet, G. A. 399 printed by Waddington. (6 items)

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Charles I (1625-1649). Irish Rebellion Period "Ormonde Money" groat.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 553

Reserve: €180


Philip and Mary (1554-1558) Irish groat  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 554

Reserve: €80


Florin proof, 1934.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 569

Reserve: €6000


1955 Polished proofs: halfcrown, florin, shilling and sixpence.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 571

Reserve: €8000


1966 Anniversary of 1916 Rising, silver ten shillings, also 1986 twenty pence error - struck in wrong metal  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 584

Reserve: €200


1971 Decimal fifty pence to halfpenny polished specimens, also mint sets, and GB mint sets ten pence to halfpenny  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 586

Reserve: €120


Central Bank presentation gold and silver €20 and €10 proof sets for 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 591

Reserve: €300


Great Britain 1899 shilling mounted in a silver clip with a representation of a Lee Metford rifle, and an enamelled George IV shilling  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 615

Reserve: €100


Great Britain. Accumulation including 1951, 1953, 1965 and 1977 crowns, 1953 mint sets, decimal sets etc.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 637

Reserve: €80

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  • Includes George VI 1951 Festival crowns in boxes of issue (2), Elizabeth II 1953 Coronation (8) 1953 mint sets farthing to halfcrown (3), some farthings, etc., also USA Kennedy half dollars (2) 1964, 1965, fine to brilliant uncirculated, generally extremely fine to uncirculated. (50+)

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Bahamas, Virgin Islands etc. proof and mint coins, including some silver.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 646

Reserve: €200

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  • British Virgin Islands First Coinage proof set, 1973, Bahamas 1971 proof set, Panama 1972 twenty Balboa proof and some crown size coins from Isle of Man, Cook Islands, etc. Mainly in presentation boxes or cases, fleur de coin or uncirculated to brilliant uncirculated. (8)

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Kilkenny Bank. One Pound Ten Shillings, 8-Octr.-1819  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 656

Reserve: €1200

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  • Provenance:Whyte's & Dix Noonan Webb, The Bob Blake Collection, Dublin 14 March 2009, lot 507.Blake & Calloway PB259. James Loughnan as principal and signed by him, but also signed by a former principal, Brenan. Despite support from the Earl of Dysart, the bank failed in 1820. Couple of pinholes and third party signatures on obverse, fine. A rare note.

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Bank of Ireland One Pound, 18 Mar 1918  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 657

Reserve: €120


Bank of Ireland Five Pounds, Dublin 11-Apr-1921  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 21 April 2012 / 658

Reserve: €3500

  • Dimensions
  • Provenance:Whyte's & Dix Noonan Webb, The Bob Blake Collection, Dublin 14 March 2009, lot 566.T/34 80056. Signed Hinton. This is the note illustrated for BA76 in Blake & Calloway's Paper Money of Ireland. Sealed and certified by Paper Money Guaranty. Two spindle holes on right side, pinholes and light staining at lower right, otherwise good fine to about very fine. PMG graded as choice fine. A very rare note from the greatest collection of Irish banknotes ever formed.

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