10 December 2016

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STILL LIFE, 1997
STILL LIFE, 1997
Patricia Jorgensen (b.1936)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 135

Reserve: €400


PRAYER FOR A LITTLE CHILD
PRAYER FOR A LITTLE CHILD
Lady Beatrice Glenavy RHA (1881-1970)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 140

Reserve: €150


GONE AWAY, THE MEET, FULL CRY and THE DEATH (SET OF FOUR)
GONE AWAY, THE MEET, FULL CRY and THE DEATH (SET OF FOUR)
Attributed to Cuala Press  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 141

Reserve: €400


Cuala Press eight greeting cards and two prints  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 142

Reserve: €400

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  • A collection of eight Cuala Press hand coloured greeting cards featuring images by Jack B. Yeats, Dorothea Blackham, Kathleen Varschoyle, et al; together with two prints after Jack B. Yeats. (10)

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WOMAN AND TWO CHILDREN
WOMAN AND TWO CHILDREN
18th Century Continental School  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 146

Reserve: €500

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  • Medium: wood carving in relief
  • Dimensions: 32½ x 16 x 3in. (82.55 x 40.64 x 7.62cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
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MILKING TIME, HOLLAND
MILKING TIME, HOLLAND
Johannes Karel Leurs (Dutch, 1865-1938)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 149

Reserve: €800

  • Signature: inscribed on William Rodman & Co [Belfast] label on reverse
  • Medium: oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 18 x 25¾in. (45.72 x 65.41cm)
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THE MEETING AT THE WELL
THE MEETING AT THE WELL
 19th Century English School 

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 153

Reserve: €400

  • Signature: bears E. Nichol at base of jug, centre
  • Medium: watercolour
  • Dimensions: 21½ x 16½in. (54.61 x 41.91cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
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PORTRAIT OF AN OFFICER, c.1830
PORTRAIT OF AN OFFICER, c.1830
 19th Century English School 

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 155

Reserve: €300

  • Signature: with William Rodman & Co. label on reverse
  • Medium: watercolour heightened with white; (oval)
  • Dimensions: 11¼ x 9in. (28.58 x 22.86cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
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PORTRAIT OF A CHILD, 1909
PORTRAIT OF A CHILD, 1909
Alphonso Wing 

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 156

Reserve: €80

  • Signature: signed and dated lower right
  • Medium: pencil
  • Dimensions: 12¼ x 9¾in. (31.12 x 24.77cm)
  • Provenance: The Collection of George and Maura McClelland
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1916 A bottle of 100 year old whiskey by Dublin Whiskey Distillery.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 158

Reserve: €12000

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  • Provenance: Frank McGlade; Thence by descent
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  • Matured in cask for over fifty three years, in bond since 1916 until bottled by P & F McGlade, 96 Donegall Street, Belfast, in 1966. As far as we can ascertain this is the oldest Irish whiskey to ever be offered at auction. Accompanied by correspondence with Lyle & Kinahan including a letter to the latter, dated 22 March 1966 instructing the firm to sell 2 of the casks to a broker and to bottle the remaining cask. As far as we are aware only four bottles remain extant, of which this is one. Original content was 75cl; level is now just below the neck. 70 proof.
    TASTING NOTE: Bright bronze in colour with the faintest green tinge. The aromas are harmonious and enticing with touches of beeswax, melon, white chocolate, linseed oil, dried apricots, sultanas and poached pears. Very typical of old Dublin pot still whiskeys, with just a faint hint of old engine oil on the nose. The palate is dry and very smooth. No harsh oak as can often be found in very old whiskeys. Flavours of honey, pepper, sultanas, stewed fruits, mocha and rich sherry. The quality really shines through on the finish which is long lasting and rich. Al Higgins, December 2016. We are grateful to Ally Alpine and Al Higgins of The Celtic Whiskey Shop for their assistance in cataloguing this lot. www.celticwhiskeyshop.com After the tasting this bottle was resealed. The present measure is top of shoulder. P & F McGlade's Bar was located at 96 Donegall Street, and 31 Little Donegall Street Belfast. It was founded in 1888 by Patrick and Frank McGlade, members of an established family of publicans in the city, and was initially named The Arcade. Patrick and Frank were already owners of a number of bars in the city including the Queens Cafe in Queen's Arcade. Within ten years the brothers monopolised the licensed trade in the area of Donegall Street, owning the International Restaurant Bar & Billiard Hall (destroyed by German bombs in 1941), and the Grand Metropole Hotel. Located beside the offices of the Irish News and The Belfast Telegraph McGlade's became a favourite haunt for both local journalists and those from out of town - in more recent times including many from the Republic, Britain and elsewhere, sent to cover the Troubles. In one year alone the vistors book boasted over 1,000 entries from journalists. During the war the bar attracted huge numbers of American GI's. Other clientele included students and staff from the Art College, local politicians including Gerry Fitt, lawyers from the courts nearby, and others. According to one review "it was one of the few places during the Troubles that could be considered a true "melting pot". Rich and poor, Protestant and Catholic all mingled in harmony. A haven in a sea of madness." "It had a Penny Farthing bicycle mounted on the wall in the upstairs back lounge, boasted the longest bar counter in Ireland in the downstairs public bar and Mr Frank McGlade, the owner, sported a fresh flower in his buttonhole every day. The pub was unfortunately burnt down in a fire caused by an electrical fault in 1983. Ironic and tragic considering so many other Bars in town were destroyed in much less innocent circumstances." It had passed into the hands of Bass Ireland a year before the fire. Dan McDermott, brother of Seán McDermott, one of the signatories to the Proclamation worked behind the bar at McGlade's in the early 1900s. Seán spent some time in Belfast as well, where he worked as a tram conductor from 1905 until he became a full time organiser for Sinn Fein in 1907. Dublin Whiskey Distillery Company (which became known as DWD) was a limited company formed by a consortium of seven businessmen including James Walker and William Sealy, better known as printers and paper merchants. The distillery, in Jones Road, was completed in 1873 and by the 1880s was producing over 500,000 gallons of whiskey a year. The distillery was state of the art for the time with an electric turbine driven either by a wheel in the Tolka or steam engines. a big wheel in the adjoining River Tolka or by one of the plant's steam engines. In 1891, DWD joined forces with George Roe and William Jameson - to form the Dublin Distillers Company Limited (DDC). Each one of these distilleries had huge output and only used pot stills, totally ignoring the profitability and efficiency of Coffey Stills and grain whiskey, which was increasing being used by the Scots. Each member of DDC continued to produce Irish pot still whiskey under its own brand name and were therefore often in direct competition to each other. World War I, Irish Independence, the Civil War and American Prohibition were to deal deadly blows to all three of these distilleries which had an overproduction capacity for their ever diminishing markets. It is likely that the Jones Road Distillery stopped full time distilling in 1926, however it appears that they may have continued distilling irregularly until 1945. The last known whiskey from Jones Road was a bottling of a whiskey distilled in 1942. An apartment complex, named The Distillery is on the site and incorporates some of the original buildings.

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Crystal decanter of Irish Whiskey distilled in 1943.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 158.1

Reserve: €3000

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  • This lot contains whiskey that was distilled during the Second World War and aged and bottled in one of 37 decanters. Almost certainly bottled by Douglas Laing and intended for the export market this lot allows you experience the majesty of Irish whiskey when it is bottled at great age. Extremely rare.

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Green Spot Whiskey, bottled by Mitchell & Son circa 1960s.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 159

Reserve: €2500

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  • John Jameson & Sons, Bow Street, 10 Year-Old Pot Still Whiskey, 75° Proof. Mid-shoulder. Extremely rare.
    This whiskey was sold by Jameson's to wine merchants Mitchell & Son, who bottled it under their own label. In the early part of the 20th century it was part of a range of whiskeys under their ‘Spot’ brand name. This name originated from their practice of marking casks of different ages with a daub or spot of coloured paint. There was a Blue Spot, Red Spot and Yellow Spot, but Green Spot emerged as their most popular whiskey and is one of the few “whiskey bonder brands” to survive to modern day.

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John Power & Son 30 Year-Old Dublin Whiskey  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 160

Reserve: €2000

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  • Bottled by Donnelly & Co., 750ml. 86° US Proof. Specially reserved for Donald E. Panoz. Very rare export whiskey of great age.

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Midleton Academy, Bottling Edition No.1.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 166

Reserve: €300

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  • Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, 500ml, 46%.
    A single pot-still whiskey crafted by Master-Blender, Billy Leighton, using whiskey matured in four bourbon barrels.

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Alexander Society Grappa, four bottles.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 169

Reserve: €200

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  • Cubetto Alexander, Chardonnay Grappa 43% Alc.; Alambicco Alexander: Prosecco Grappa 43% Alc.; Cristallo Alexander: Chardonnay Grappa 43% Alc.; Discovery Alexander: Chardonnay Grappa 43% Alc. Bottled in hand-blown glass bottles, designed by Sandro Bottega in 1985, in the form of grappa stills. A very scarce and desirable collection. (4)

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18th century faience box and two others.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 194

Reserve: €120

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  • Dimensions: 2¼ x 4½ x 3¼in. (5.72 x 11.43 x 8.26cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland.
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  • A mid-18th century French faience oval box, the body decorated with sprays of flowers, the lid painted with a woman by a river; together with two later porcelain boxes.

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A 19th century Staffordshire figural group of Irish musicians.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 201

Reserve: €100


A Victorian Irish barometer.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 202

Reserve: €150

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  • Dimensions: 12 x 17 x 4in. (30.48 x 43.18 x 10.16cm)
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  • The drum shaped brass cased barometer by Yeates & Co., Dublin, on carved oak stand.

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A Victorian copper and brass ice pail  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 204

Reserve: €300


1930s Barolac, Seahorse vase  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 206

Reserve: €100

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  • Dimensions: 7 x 6in. (17.78 x 15.24cm)
  • Provenance: Collection of George and Maura McClelland
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  • An opalescent, blue-tinted, moulded glass vase, relief decorated with fish, with seahorse handles, moulded mark 'Barolac' to the base.

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A mid-20th century Belleek ice pail  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 209

Reserve: €1500

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  • Dimensions: 19in. (48.26cm)
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  • A monumental parian porcelain ice pail, the bowl low-relief moulded with putti in bulrushes and raised by three mermaids, on a waterfall base. The lid with a seated putti on a dolphin and three swimming horses.

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Queen Anne marrow scoop.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 213

Reserve: €300

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  • Dimensions: 8½in. (21.59cm)
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  • A silver marrow-scoop of typical form, hallmarked for London, 1713, maker's mark for George Cox. 1½oz troy (46g).

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Irish silver fish slice.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 225

Reserve: €200

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  • Dimensions: 11in. (27.94cm)
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  • A William IV Irish fiddle pattern fish slice, the rectangular-shaped blade bright-cut engraved with scrolling foliate design, Dublin, 1836, 4oz troy (130g). Length

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Georgian Irish silver teaspoons.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 227

Reserve: €80

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  • A matched set of eight Irish silver, fiddle-pattern, rat-tail teaspoons, Dublin, 1817 (5) & 1931 (3), 4oz troy (128g).

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Victorian Irish silver teaspoons.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 228

Reserve: €150

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  • A set of 12 Victorian Irish silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, with shaped bowls, Dublin 1850, maker's mark JS, probably J. Smith.7¾oz troy.

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An early Victorian silver tea service.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 236

Reserve: €600

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  • A three-piece Victorian silver baluster-shaped tea service the wavy rim with anthemion motif, the body with incised chinoiserie scenes, the teapot lid with Chinese figural finial, hallmarked for London, 1839, maker's mark for Joseph Angell snr. and Joseph Angell jnr.

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20th century silver pastry forks and bottles.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 246

Reserve: €100

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  • A pair of 20th century silver-mounted toiletry bottles, London, 1918 and a cased set of six 20th century silver pastry forks, Sheffield, 1947.

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1930s Irish silver trophy cup.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 253

Reserve: €400

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  • Dimensions: 7 x 9 x 6in. (17.78 x 22.86 x 15.24cm)
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  • A Celtic revival style Irish silver trophy cup the plain bowl on knopped stem and domed foot, decorated with bands of Celtic zoomorphic interlace, engraved, 'Antrim R D Council - Burrowes' Cup - For Best Floral Display', hallmarked for Dublin, 1939, by Waterhouse, 15¾oz troy (489g).

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Chinese silver teaspoons.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 254

Reserve: €100

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  • A matched set of six Chinese silver teaspoons, the bowls of stylised leaf form, the stems in bamboo form and with a variety of handles. 2½oz troy (75g).

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1975. Erskine Childers silver commemorative plate.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 261

Reserve: €250

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  • Dimensions: 11in. (27.94cm)
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  • A commemorative silver plate, the central reserve with intaglio portrait of Erskine Hamilton Childers, President of Ireland 1973-1974, limited edition, numbered 63/1000, in original presentation box; hallmarks for Dublin, 1975, by Royal Irish Ltd., 550g, 16oz troy. (1) Diameter

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1975. A pair of Irish silver commemorative plates.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 262

Reserve: €300

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  • Dimensions: 9.17in. (23.29cm)
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  • The plain rim enclosing a central reserve acid etched with elevations of ''Part of the north side of Dublin Castle'' and ''The West Front of Leinster House''. Dublin, Royal Irish Ltd., 1975; 296g, 9½oz troy each; diameter

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1979 Padraig Pearse commemorative dish.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 264

Reserve: €200

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  • An Irish silver strawberry dish, engraved to the centre, 'The fools, the fools, the fools - they have left us - our Fenian dead - Padraic Mac Piarais - 1879-1979', engraved 'No.12' to the base, hallmarked for Dublin, 1979, maker's mark for George Bellew, 15oz troy (468g).

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Gold chain-link bracelets.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 268

Reserve: €800


A pair of 9ct gold necklaces.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 269

Reserve: €400


Early 20th century gold pocket watch.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 272

Reserve: €700

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  • A gold cased Waltham half-hunter pocket watch, 6s-size movement, the case with scrolling foliate decoration. Case diameter 40mm.

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Seamus Heaney, Squarings and Attraversamenti / Crossings, signed limited editions.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 277

Reserve: €1500

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  • Dimensions: 11 x 10½in. (27.94 x 26.67cm)
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  • 2003, The Arion Press, San Francisco. Sol Lewitt (illustrator). First Edition. Squarings is a long sequential poem in 48 parts. Issued as a fine press livre d'artiste, limited to 426 copies (400 for sale), of which this is 339, printed letterpress, untrimmed at fore- and bottom edges, bound in light grey cloth stamped in black, without jacket (as issued), in publisher's medium grey cloth slipcase, signed by Heaney and Lewitt on the Colophon leaf; together with Attraversamenti / Crossings,1990, Milan, translated by Anthony Oldcorn, printed card wrappers, 112pp, signed to the title page by Seamus Heaney, numbered to the endpaper 181 of 300.

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Seamus Heaney, Death of a Naturalist, first edition.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 278

Reserve: €700

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  • 1966, London, Faber and Faber, first UK edition / 3rd impression. 8vo, boxed in custom-made protective slip-case, title etc, in gilt on spine.
    Death of a Naturalist (1966) is Heaney's earliest volume which characteristically incorporates vivid memories of his childhood in Northern Ireland. As with his later works, nature plays a dominant role within this work. Heaney announces in the first poem of the collection that he will figuratively "dig" with his poem, echoing the nurturing practice of his farming ancestors and their own connection with the land.

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Seamus Heaney, Wintering Out, inscribed by the poet.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 280

Reserve: €500

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  • 1974, London, Faber and Faber, first edition, 2nd reprint, 8vo, card covers (the first edition was printed thus). Inscribed by Heaney on title page in black ink, "From Seamus Heaney now summering in thanks to the AIF - with good wishes to Lenahan O'Connell - go raibh míle maith agat!"
    Lenahan O'Connell held many prestigious positions in Boston, among these membership of the America-Irish Fund. He lived to celebrate his 100th birthday.

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Seamus Heaney, Hedge School, signed limited edition.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 281

Reserve: €800

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  • 1979, Salem, Janus Press, first edition of "Sonnets from Glanmore" with coloured woodcuts by Claire Van Vliet, 8vo, letterpress printed on hand made paper for Charles Seluzicki, signed to the endpaper in pencil by Heaney and Van Vliet and numbered 56 of special limited numbered edition of 285. Boxed in custom-made slip-case, title etc, in gilt to spine. Rare.

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Seamus Heaney, Field Work  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 282

Reserve: €300

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  • 1979 New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, first US edition. 8vo, boxed in custom-made slip-case with title etc, in gilt on spine, together with uncorrected page proof of Field Work. Contains publisher's photo-copy of p16 and business card of Patricia H Strachan, editor, inscribed "We'll be publishing in November".

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Seamus Heaney, Poems and a Memoir, signed limited edition.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 283

Reserve: €500

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  • 1982 New York, The Limited Editions Club, illustrated by Henry Pearson, Introduction by Thomas Flanagan, preface by Seamus Heaney. Tall 8vo, bound in soft leather and boxed. Signed by Heaney, Flanagan and Pearson and numbered 1,150 of a limited edition of 2,000.

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Count John McCormack, record collection.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 286

Reserve: €100

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  • Ten recordings by John McCormack, mainly on His Master's Voice 78RPM, including 'Little Mother of Mine', 'My Dark Rosaleen', 'Come Back to Erin', 'Ave Maria', 'Good Bye', 'Caro Amore', 'Adeste, fideles', Also Enrico Caruso and Gracie Fields. (18)

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Bob Marley and the Wailers at Dalymount Park, and a collection of Dublin concert tickets  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 290

Reserve: €70

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  • Lou Reed, 12 April, 1979, National Stadium; BB King, 1 April, 1980, National Stadium, U2 Vertigo 24 and 25, June 2005, Croke Park.

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Elton John, The Rocket Record Company, promotional ashtray.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 291

Reserve: €100

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  • Dimensions: 2¾ x 5½ x 8¼in. (6.99 x 13.97 x 20.96cm)
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  • A ceramic ashtray in the form of a grand piano, a pair of glasses on the lid and 'The Rocket Record Company' in raised letters above the keyboard.

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Scarface, Universal, 1983. Cinema Poster  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 298

Reserve: €200

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  • Dimensions: 41 x 27in. (104.14 x 68.58cm)
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  • US One Sheet. Crime. Starring Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Steven Bauer, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Robert Loggia, and F. Murray Abraham. Directed by Brian De Palma. A very lightly used, unrestored, folded poster.

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Serpico, US One Sheet cinema poster.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 299

Reserve: €150

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  • Dimensions: 41 x 27in. (104.14 x 68.58cm)
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  • 1974, Columbia, Al Pacino, John Randolph and Jack Kehoe star in a true story about an honest New York cop who blew the whistle on department corruption and depravity, only to have his actions isolate him from the rest of the force. Mounted on board.

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The Girls of Pleasure Island, framed cinema poster.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 302

Reserve: €20

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  • Dimensions: 30 x 40in. (76.20 x 101.60cm)
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  • 1953, starring Leo Genn, Don Taylor and Gene Barry. An unrestored British quad poster that displays signs of use and folding, framed.

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Don't Blame the Stork, framed cinema poster.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 304

Reserve: €20

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  • Dimensions: 30 x 40in. (76.20 x 101.60cm)
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  • 1954, starring Veronica Hurst as an 'Irish Colleen', Ian Hunter and Reginald Beckwith. An unrestored British quad poster that displays signs of use and folding, framed.

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Keep it Clean, framed cinema poster.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 305

Reserve: €20

  • Signature
  • Medium
  • Dimensions
  • Provenance
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • 1956, Starring Ronald Shiner, James Hayter and Diane Hart. An unrestored British quad poster that displays signs of use and folding, framed.

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The River's Edge, framed cinema poster.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 10 December 2016 / 306

Reserve: €20

  • Signature
  • Medium
  • Dimensions: 30 x 40in. (76.20 x 101.60cm)
  • Provenance
  • Exhibited
  • Literature
  • 1957, starring Ray Milland, Anthony Quinn and Debra Paget. An unrestored British quad poster that displays signs of use and folding, framed.

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