Fenian Art Prints|
We have commissioned Tim Prusmack, perhaps the foremost money
artist of today, to recreate one of the 19th Century's most beautiful notes, the
Fenian Bond. The central vignette features the allegorical goddess of Liberty
beside a harp, pointing to the sword near a reaching Civil War soldier accompanied
by his wolfhound, while directing his attention back across the sea to Ireland.
Spectacularly painted in the original vibrant colors, with only 250 numbered and signed
prints produced, of which only 200 are available for commercial sale. The other 50
will be donated to individuals and organizations dedicated to the Fenian cause of
The $10 Fenian Bond art print
This print may be ordered professionally matted & framed
||Irish Military Belt Buckle
Only known example
from the Napoleonic Wars, not in Dublin's National Museum. Depicts a Crowned Harp engraved "Loyal
Pettigo 1796 Infantry"
||Knight of St. Patrick Sword
Engraved with a
perched eagle on the handle
||Honorable Discharge & Disablement Document
From Infantry Record Office
in Dublin to John Casey of the Royal Irish Fusiliers as issued in the original tube. Thousands of Irishmen fought for
England in the First World War under the Freedom for Small Nations cause which England supposedly supported. VF ideal
||Irish Military Service Medal
With ribbon and clasp in the
original box along with a card printed in both Gaelic and English, "With the compliments of the President of Ireland
||IRA Survivors Medal
Comes in the original box. 22,000
were issued to those still alive for the 50th anniversary of the fight for Irish Freedom.
||Easter Rising Silver Commem. Medal
Marking the 75th anniversary
of the 1916 Easter Rising lead by Padraig Pearse against occupying
British Forces. Only 1,000 minted, Proof, .999 silver, 1 oz.
||John Mc Cormack Letter
One page letter
written and signed by John Mc Cormack who made more money in one year singing opera than
Caruso, before going on to lasting fame as a great Irish tenor.
||Irish Red Cross Emergency Medal
||Real Photo Postcards
3 Card Set, Circa 1910,
"I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen".
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