April 2012 Auction Highlight
An Irish 1916 Easter Rising medal Awarded to John P. Catlin B. First Batt. Four courts Number 1255, Named and Numbered on reverse
Sold €3,550
Lot 665

Start bid €2,000
Est. €2,500 - €3,500

April 2012 Auction Highlight
Original printed commemorative fold over sheet remembering the executed 1916 hero's which seems to have been given out as a souvenir of a visit to Kilmainham prison in june 1938
Sold €80
Lot 671
Start bid €80
Est. €120 - €150

April 2012 Auction Highlight
A silver pin back brooch of celtic design and inscribed on back, Made in Hare Park camp, The Curragh by James Murphy 1922 - 1923
Sold €200
Lot 666
Start bid €200
Est. €250 - €350

April 2012 Auction Highlight
A silver and enamel reversible button hole badge commemorating the 1916 Easter rising, design showing Irish Citizen Army Volunteer in front of G.P.O. with hallmarks for Dublin 1934
Sols €300
Lot 667
Start bid €150
Est. €250 - €35
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May 2012 Auction Highlight
Beatles signed Aer Lingus Menu
An original Aer Lingus inflight menu from 7tht. Nov. 1963, the date that the beatles touched down at Dublin Airport, s
A wonderful piece of music history and Irish history all in one
Sold €5,200

Lot 724
Start bid €2,000
Est. €4,000 - €6,000

May 2012 Auction Highlight
A mid 19th century British Officers sword with lions head hilt c. 1850 total length 34.5 In.
Sold €180
Lot 823
Start bid €180
Est. €250 - €300

May 2012 Auction Highlight
A framed WWII Picture of Henri Guillot 227 RGT Inf., taken prisoner during the Battle for France 1940 and escaped, on left comm, Medal for WWII, on the right, Medal for escaped Prisoners,(Medaille Des Evades). Size 51 cm x 33 cm.
Sold €65
Lot 719b
Start bid €65
Est. €80 - €120

May 2012 Auction Highlights
A Currency Commission, Ploughman one pound note issued by The Bank of Ireland in good clean condition, dated 29-05-36
Sold €320
Lot 673
Start bid €250
Est. €280 - €350


May 2012 Auction Highlight
A Rare memorial card which states, In loving memory of General Michael Collins Commander - in - Chief of the Irish National Army, killed in action at Baelnablath near Bandon, Co. Cork on 22nd August 1922. Size 6cm x 9cm in Very Good Condition
Sold €390
Lot 710
Start bid €390
Est. €600 - €800
May 2012 Auction Highlight
An Irish war of Independence leather ammunition bandoleer in good condition
Sold €120
Lot 825
Start bid €120
Est. €150 - €180