9 March 2014

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19th-20th Century: Collection of assorted photographs and postcards  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 189

Reserve: €300

  • A large collection of assorted cabinet card and CDV portrait photographs the majority by Irish photographers. Also a mixed selection of Irish and international postcards comprising of mostly topographical examples.

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20th Century: Collection of Antrim & Fermanagh topographical postcards  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 197

Reserve: €400

  • A large collection of postcards contained in an album. Including scenes of Belfast, Cushendall, Port Braddon, Whitehead, Portrush, Portstewart, Carnlough, Carrickfergus, Ballymena, Ballycarry, Enniskillen, Crom Castle, Newtownbutler. Comprising mostly of Antrim (300) the remainder Fermanagh. (360 items)

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circa 1900: Dublin Metropolitan Police carriage or cab plate  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 201

Reserve: €80


1910-1922: John Russell Stritch ephemera and invitations including Lady Augusta Gregory letter and Dáil Éireann admission tickets  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 210

Reserve: €200

  • An extremely interesting collection of mixed documents and ephemera relating to John Russell Stritch, a councillor, solicitor and Swedish consul. Including two letters sent to Stritch in his professional role: the first on 'Law Room Dublin Castle' headed paper dated 14 December 1913 relating to The Abbey Players, Lady Gregory and The Hugh Lane Gallery fund stating I want to see the letters - all of them - that passed between Lady Gregory and the Players". The second a return letter dated 16 December handwritten and signed by Augusta Gregory on Lindsey House headed paper stating "I enclose as requested copies of 3 letters to the Abbey Theatre Co. about the Gallery Fund and theirs to me." Also with 3 Dáil Éireann admission tickets for 10/11 April 1919, 9 May 1919 and 16 August 1921. An invitation from the Chairman of the Kingstown Urban District Council to a banquet on 28 May 1913 in honour of the visit of Swedish warships, with related dinner menu, a Swedish invite to lunch on board H. M. Thor during the same visit and some newspaper clippings etc. (11 items)"

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Michael Burnett RMS Titanic painting  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 213

Reserve: €1000


James MacDonald oil painting: Britannic at Sail  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 213.1

Reserve: €500

  • Dimensions: 36 by 48in., 90 by 120cm.
  • HMHS Britannic was the third and largest Olympic-class ocean liner of the White Star Line. She was the sister ship of RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic, and was intended to enter service as a transatlantic passenger liner. She was launched just before the start of the First World War and was laid up at her builders in Belfast for many months before being put to use as a hospital ship in 1915. She was shaken by an explosion, caused by an underwater mine, in the Kea Channel off the Greek island of Kea on the morning of 21 November 1916, and sank with the loss of 30 lives.

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Egypt Photographs. A collection of About 400 Photographs of Egypt Circa 1914.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 219

Reserve: €200

  • Circa 300 photos are cigarette card size, the rest range from about 5.5 x 3.5 to 3 x 3.5 inches approx. All pasted into an album, many captioned. Images include: Alexandria - Sultan's Palace, Italian Boys band, Yacht club, fishing with nets, Luxor - market & temple, houses near the temple, water carriers, boats on the river Nile, Kitchener's Island at Asswan, mud villages, the Sakieh, natives working water wheels, water carriers, washing day, sugar cane at Edfu, military & hospital personnel, Luxor to Asswan train, lemonade seller, hat squeezing shop, milk seller, Kitchener's guide, natives at Shillal, prisoners of war at Sidi Bishr camp, snake charmer, Private Clist in a fancy motor car - possibly Kitchener's driver, military hospital, rail car, A fascinating collection.

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Lavy, Rev. E. E., Archer, Prof. John Clark et. Al. Baghdad the City of the Caliphs  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 220

Reserve: €150


Redmond, John. Speeches 1902-1907  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 222

Reserve: €300

  • Dublin: Sealy, Bryers & Walker, 8vo. Green cloth gilt. Very good with preface and notes by J.G. Swift MacNeill. (January, 1908). 100pp. Small perforation to top left hand margin of (4) & (5). Else very good. Signed W. A. Redmond 1908 on front end paper. William Archer Redmond was the son of John Redmond and was an Irish Parliamentary Party MP. Scarce.

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circa 1914: Dublin Regiment National Volunteers cap badge  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 226

Reserve: €80


1914: United Irish League of Great Britain handbill  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 227

Reserve: €100

  • A United Irish League of Great Britain (Leith Branch) handbill regarding a meeting to take place on 15 February 1914 in Kirkgate. Together with a 1916 Rising leaders memorial handbill showing a figure representing Ireland mourning the executed leaders and Civil War period handbill titled The New Hero" with an illustration by Shemus. (3 items)"

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Pádraig Pearse - Three Lectures on Gaelic Topics  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 230

Reserve: €200

  • Dublin, M. H. Gill and Son, 1898 60pp. Illustrated with head and tail pieces, and decorative initials. 195 x 120mm. Original wine coloured cloth with gilt lettering to front cover. Patrick (Pádraig) Henry Pearse was 18 years old when he published this, his first book. This copy belonged to Michael Staines, with his signature on the title page. Michael Joseph Staines (1888-1955). A member of the Gaelic League, he joined the Irish Volunteers in 1913 and through membership of this organisation, and the IRB, he became close to Patrick Pearse. In the lead up to the 1916 Rising he was appointed national quartermaster and fought in the GPO alongside Pearse, being one of stretcher bearers who evacuated James Connolly from the premises. Imprisoned in Frongoch, he became Commandant of South Camp and developed a trusted relationship with Michael Collins. He was the first Garda Commissioner. Very Good.

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Macready, Nevil, Annals of an Active Life  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 235

Reserve: €300

  • London: Hutchinson, 1924. First Edition. Royal 8vo. Original cloth. 2 vols: Pp. (1) 336; (2) 337-694. Both illustrated with photographs. Spines faded. Corners and spine ends bumped & rubbed. Else good. General Sir Cecil Frederick Nevil Macready, 1st Baronet, GCMG, KCB, PC (Ire) (7 May 1862-9 January 1946), known as Sir Nevil Macready served in senior staff appointments in the First World War, was the last British military commander in Ireland, and served for two years as Commissioner of Metropolitan Police, London. In April 1920, Macready was sent to command the troops in Ireland as General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-in-C) British forces in the War of Independence (alongside Hamar Greenwood as Chief Secretary). He had already written to Ian Macpherson on the latter's appointment as Chief Secretary of Ireland in January 1919: I cannot say I envy you for I loathe the country you are going to and its people with a depth deeper than the sea and more violent than that which I feel against the Boche". . Following the Anglo-Irish Treaty and creation of the Irish Free State in 1922, he withdrew the troops without great incident. He retired in 1923 and was created a baronet."

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circa 1940: 1916 Rising veterans' cloth armband  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 238

Reserve: €300

  • Dimensions: 5 by 8in., 12.5 by 20cm.
  • An unusual embroidered example of the 1916 veterans' armband. In the same form as the armbands made by Bergins but appears to be privately produced.

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1907: Roger Casement's signed presentation copy of 'At the Back of the Black Man's Mind' by R. E. Dennet  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 239

Reserve: €600

  • At the Back of the Black Man's Mind or Notes on the Kingly Office in West Africa by R.E. Dennett, MacMillan & Co. Ltd, London, 1906. Original cloth. Signed on the free front end paper To Roger Casement at Santos From the author in Benin Febry. 1907" and further inscribed by Casement himself "From Roger Casement to R. J. Berry Santos 12 May 1907"."

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1916 (3 August) Roger Casement inquest summons  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 240

Reserve: €800

  • A scarce original juror's summons requesting that George White attend the inquest into the execution of Roger Casement at Pentonville Prison held on the same day as his execution for treason.

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1916 Rising: Dublin and the Sinn Féin Rising and The Rebellion in Dublin picture books  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 248

Reserve: €100


1916 Rising: Framed portrait of Patrick Pearse  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 250

Reserve: €200

  • A framed oval portrait of Patrick Pearse. Also with a Kevin Barry commemorative certificate contained in an ornate frame and a framed photograph of a procession during the Eucharistic Congress. (3 items)

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The Last Poem of Thomas Ashe - Written while a Convict in Lewes Jail. Also Thomas Ashe - Inquest on Thos. Ashe. - The Verdict of the Jury  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 263

Reserve: €100

  • Dimensions: 7.5 by 5in., 18.75 by 12.5cm.
  • Dublin, Fergus O'Connor, 1917, fly-sheet. Issued by the nationalist publisher Fergus O'Connor immediately after the death of Thomas Ashe in Autumn 1917, possibly in time for his funeral, which was attended by huge crowds. A scarce early issue of this inspiring nationalist poem, which had not yet been given its now familiar title of Let Me Carry Your Cross for Ireland Lord." With Thomas Ashe - Inquest on Thos. Ashe. - The Verdict of the Jury Dublin Fergus O'Connor n. d. (1917) fly-sheet. Very good to Fine. (2)"

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1918-24: Timothy Lynch collection of War of Independence and Civil War prison correspondence  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 266

Reserve: €600

  • A remarkable collection of prison correspondence sent by Timothy Lynch to his wife and children. The first set of letters starting in March 1918 and continuing to 1924. Most of the letters written during two periods, the first during 1918-19 from H.M. Male Prison Cork and Mountjoy, the second during 1920-21 from Ballykinlar Camp. Much interesting content remarking on his life, prison conditions, trial by court martial, his wife's attempts to keep their business afloat (a general drapers in Kinsale), news and events etc. (59 letters)

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Childers, Erskine, The Constructive Work of Dail Eireann 2 Vols. All Published  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 270

Reserve: €150

  • Dublin: Talbot Press, 1921. First Edition. 8vo. Original cloth, very good.Signed and inscribed presentation copy from Molly Childers to Professor & Mrs. Stockley, Christmas 1933.

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1919 Irish Republican Post envelope with Sinn Fein stamp.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 271

Reserve: €400

  • Addressed to William Minihan at 12-13 Burgh Quay, the site of The Tivoli Theatre.Used to distribute election material. The Irish Republican Post employed members of Fianna Eireann and others to deliver in the Dublin area. Examples of its handstamp used on envelopes are rare. The Sinn Fein Stamp was devised by Arthur Griffith in 1907 and designed by Lily Williams.

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1919 (31 July) Irish-American publisher S. S. McClure signed letter relating to Ireland  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 272

Reserve: €100

  • Typescript and signed letter with initialled autograph postscript, 2 pp, sent by the famous publisher and journalist S. S. McClure who was born in County Antrim and founded McClure's Magazine, credited with having started the tradition of muckraking journalism. Letter sent to Don Carlos Seitz stating that McClure has ...decided to spend some months studying the Irish situation at first hand..""

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1920 (10 July) IRA War of Independence General Orders booklet  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 274

Reserve: €150

  • General Orders No. 1 booklet issued by General Headquarters in 1920. A fine example in card boards. Also with a Brian O'Higgins card signed and dated by Dan Breen 1954. (2 items)

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circa 1920: Terence MacSwiney commemorative badge  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 275

Reserve: €100

  • Dimensions: 1 by 1in., 2.5 by 2.5cm.
  • A scarce small pinback badge titled Lord Mayor of Cork. Terence MacSwiney" Probably produced as a commemorative item following his death in 1920."

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1921: (August) Barbed Wire. Ballykinlar prisoners' publication Vol. 1 No. 1  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 281

Reserve: €150

  • Mimeograph, 6pp. The first edition of Barbed Wire produced by prisoners held in Ballykinlar camp. A scarce item consisting of six single pages with information, advice, jokes, sports notes etc.

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Éamon de Valera doll by Lillian (Lily") & Frances Whelan"  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 293

Reserve: €300

  • Dimensions: 8 by 4in., 20 by 10cm.
  • A handmade doll with miniature chair and table. Frances and Lily Whelan were the elder sisters of artist Leo Whelan and lived with him at the family home (which doubled as a hotel) at 65 Eccles Street, Dublin. The Whelan sisters were artists in their own right and designed, among other items, dolls, puppets, miniature costumes, cushions, quilting, fire-screens, table lamps, shades and mirrors. Their craftwork was the subject of a very well received exhibition at the United Arts Club, 3 Upper Fitzwilliam St., Dublin in June 1958 where, among the items shown, was the Eamon de Valera doll offered in this lot. The show's success is recorded in newspaper cuttings and was described as an outstanding exhibition of really fine craftsmanship (Evening Main, 28 June 1958) and "A delightful exhibition of works" (Irish Independent, 28 June 1958). See lots 374-377 for other dolls by the Whelan sisters."

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1921: Signatory to The Treaty: Robert Barton letter  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 294

Reserve: €300

  • Robert Childers Barton (March 1881–1975), an officer in The Royal Dublin Fusiliers, was stationed in Dublin during the 1916 Easter Rising and resigned in protest at the heavy-handed government suppression of the revolt and joined the republican movement.At the 1918 general election he was elected as Sinn Féin member for West Wicklow. He was appointed Minister for Agriculture in Dáil Éireann, later of Economic Affairs. Barton was one of the delegates, along with his cousin Erskine Childers, to travel to London for the Treaty negotiations. He reluctantly signed the Treaty on 6 December 1921, defending it as the lesser of two outrages forced upon me and between which I had to choose." He nevertheless was firmly committed to the Irish Republic and despite signing the Treaty rejected it.This letter "to my dear Hamilton" concerns an appointment of a judge - "there are not many who jeopardised their future by giving judgement on a National issue adverse to the Cosgrave party's standpoint at a time when the dice appeared to be loaded in Cosgrave's favour"."

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1922. Payment for Michael Collins' aeroplane  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 295

Reserve: €500

  • 1922 (12 June) Dail Eireann cheque to Charles Russell, Director of Civil Aviation for £82.14s.2d signed by General Richard Mulcahy, Chief of Staff of the Provisional Government Army. It is believed this was to cover the cost of transporting back to Ireland an aeroplane. During the Anglo-Irish Treaty talks of 1921, a Martinsyde Type A Mark II biplane was purchased by a group of supporters in England and put on 24-hour standby at Croydon Airport to allow Michael Collins to escape back to Ireland if the talks failed. The plane was not needed for this mission, and it became the first aircraft of the new National Army Air Service arriving (by sea) in June 1922. A unique document relating to the talks.

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1926: Michael Collins and The Making of A New Ireland by Piaras Beaslai  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 298

Reserve: €250

  • Original green cloth gilt. In two volumes 458pp and 484pp. First edition published in 1926 by Phoenix Publishing Co. The first definitive and authoritative biography of Collins by his comrade in arms Piaras Beaslai. Also with Collected Works of Pádraic H. Pearse, The Phoenix Publishing Co. Ltd, Dublin, 236pp. Plays Stories Poems by P. H. Pearse, Talbot Press, 1950, 340pp. Man & Superman. A Comedy and a Philosophy by Bernard Shaw, Constable and Co., London, 1928, 244pp. (5 items)

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1922. Cormac Ua Dalaigh, (Charly" Daly), former commander of the 2nd Northern Division IRA, "An Appeal to My Comrades""  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 301

Reserve: €80

  • Two foolscap page mimeograph detailing offences by Free State troops colluding with the Orange Government" etc. "What is the difference between Mick Collins and James Craig? Both are out to maintain the Empire" etc. Also with this is Leo Whelan's handwritten (on back of a cigarette pack) account of "the evening of the attack on the Four Courts" during which he met de Valera to arrange a sitting for a portrait. (2)"

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1922 (22 March) Poblacht na hÉireann War News Issue  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 305

Reserve: €150

  • Two single framed sheets from this issue and a single framed facsimile sheet from the same issue. Also War News Nos 25, 27 and 45, Anti-Treaty forces news sheets, all framed. (6 items)

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1922 Collection of cheques signed by leading officers of the National Army during the Civil War  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 307

Reserve: €1500

  • Includes Seán MacEoin (5), Eoin O'Duffy (4), Joseph Nize, Lt. Joseph Williams, Bantry (4 on rare overprinted On His Majesty's Service" printed cheques), Col. F. Cronin, etc. (36)"

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1923: Tin Town" (Curragh Internment Camp) Prisoner Art"  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 309

Reserve: €300

  • Dimensions: 10.5 by 8.5in., 26.25 by 21.25cm.
  • Decorative cow bone harp shaped engraved prisoner art engraved Tin Town, Curragh Camp 1923 and with the names of the artists on the reverse J. Hynes, W. Kelly & M. Newell.

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Republican Prisoners Mountjoy Jail. The Mountjoy Hell Attempt to Break Prisoners' Morale September 14th, 1923 Circular Handbill  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 310

Reserve: €80

  • Dublin: Good. The detailed notice reports how the effort to break the Republican prisoners in Mountjoy Jail came to a crisis. The content contains seven paragraphs, the first of which is an introduction followed by three sections headed: GOVERNOR LEADS BATON CHARGE, REVOLVERS AND LEWIS GUN, DAN BREEN T.D. BEATEN SENSELESS. Top right edge has damp stain and there is a tear along right edge towards centre. Pasted to blank reinforcing page. Good overall. Rare civil war ephemeral item. 12.5 x 7.5 in (32 x 19.5 Cms approx).

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1923 An t-Óglac (Free State Army journal)  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 311

Reserve: €80


Sinn Féin. Daily Sheets October-December 1923  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 312

Reserve: €150

  • Dimensions: 13 by 8in., 32.5 by 20cm.
  • Dublin: Sinn Féin, 1923 Daily Sheets issued by Sinn Fein Headquarters during the Civil War - 6 different October to December 1923, including issues 6, 15, 36, 39, 40 and 43. Good content of anti-Government rhetoric and propaganda including People of Ireland express your will release the prisoners for Christmas; To all Free State T.D.'s; A Labour Government in England; Ernie O'Malley T.D; Sean Buckley T.D; Delays and Dangerous; Is a Military Doctor a Medical Man at all?; Law and Order; The Dail Bonds; The Voice of the People; Labour Moves; The Hunger Strike 29th Day; Northern Prisoners; Terrorism in Sligo; Statement of Miss Christina Roche; Ald. Charles Murphy, T.D." etc. (6)"

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1919-1934: Order of Buffaloes and Tea Blending award certificates  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 316

Reserve: €150

  • Dimensions: 21 by 16.5in., 52.5 by 41.25cm.
  • Two framed certificates. The first a large colour lithograph certificate admitting Alfred E. Powell as a member of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, Grand Lodge of England, on 15 March 1934. The second a Grocery, Provision, Oil & Italian Warehouse and Allied Trades' Exhibition & Market Royal Agricultural Hall, London colour lithograph certificate awarding a bronze medal to J. Munn Jnr. of Glasgow for tea blending, dated 26 September 1919. (2 items)

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1924 (6 October) Irish National Foresters, St. Laurence O'Toole Branch, membership certificate  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 317

Reserve: €100

  • Dimensions: 19.5 by 17in., 48.75 by 42.5cm.
  • A colour lithograph certificate by Monson, Robinson & Co. Ltd. Dublin. Issued to Brother Thomas Dunne, admitting him to Branch No. 9 St. Laurence O'Toole. Scarce. Contained in a contemporary frame.

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1906 (23 July) Irish National Foresters, St. Laurence O'Toole Branch, membership certificate  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 318

Reserve: €100

  • Dimensions: 19.5 by 17in., 48.75 by 42.5cm.
  • Colour lithograph by Monson, Robinson & Co. Ltd. Dublin. An attractive certificate issued to Brother Thomas Dunne, admitting him to Branch No. 9 St. Laurence O'Toole. Scarce. Contained in a contemporary frame.

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St. George Hare RI ROI (1857-1933) oil painting of Princesses Madeleine and Olga Von Dembinska, Pretenders to the Polish Throne  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 322

Reserve: €600

  • Dimensions: 27 by 36in., 67.5 by 90cm.
  • The subjects of this double portrait were Polish sisters of the von Dembinski family who claimed direct lineage from King Canute and therefore a connection to the English Royal Family. Through the death of a co-lineal relative they purportedly inherited their titles and claim to the Polish throne (since beyond reclaim) and a large area of land in Poland which they believed was being denied to them by a French syndicate. They lived in Barrowgate Road, Westminster in London where they came into contact with a physicist John Fredrick Heard who rented accommodation from the family and recorded his time in their company in 1976. 1. In 1961 Madeleine was recorded by Pathé News working as a railway level crossing gate keeper near Long Melford, Suffolk. In 2009 the Princesses' story became the subject of a television series, Heir Hunters, which endeavoured to seek out the rightful heirs to their unclaimed estate. Also with this lot a collection of photographs relating to the Princesses and their family. Footnote:1 Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Vol. 73, Collected Reminiscences of John Frederick Heard, My Brush with Royalty, p.195-197

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1938: Garda Síochána night cape  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 330

Reserve: €300


1932: Tailteann Games silver medal  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 332

Reserve: €80


A Hot Record  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 343

Reserve: €250


We have Peace  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 352

Reserve: €150

  • Dimensions: 30 by 20in., 75 by 50cm.
  • We have peace. Real peace - not the peace of an election catch-cry. Ensure the continuance of peace by voting for the Government Party. Printed by the Temple Press.

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Ireland Remade by President Cosgrave's Government.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 353

Reserve: €250


No Goods Taken from Window!  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 354

Reserve: €250


We Have Peace  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 358

Reserve: €100


1935: American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic membership card  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 363

Reserve: €100

  • A scarce membership card issued to P. H. Healy of San Gabriel, California on 26 July 1935. Also with a 1940 French pamphlet L'Irlande dans l'enfer anglais" (Ireland in English Hell) and two French political stickers promoting a British boycott. (4 items)"

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circa 1939: Irish Army recruiting posters including scarce Irish language examples  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 9 March 2014 / 365

Reserve: €300

  • Dimensions: 30 by 20in., 75 by 50cm.
  • Letterpress, backed on conservation linen.Irish and English language versions of poster titled Recruits Wanted" detailing the branches of service, rates of pay, allowances and with a blank space for the details of the nearest recruiting Barracks. Printed by Corrigan and Wilson, Sackville Place, Dublin. Also with another Irish language Emergency period recruiting poster detailing the local units recruiting men throughout Connacht and Donegal. (3 items)"

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