Just a reminder, as if you could forget with all the hype surrounding it, that Whyte’s sale is on this coming Saturday.
Auction: Saturday 13th November 2010 at 1pm
Viewing: Wednesday to Friday 10-12 November, 10am-6pm; Saturday 13 November 9.30am-12 noon.
Venue: Viewing at Whyte’s Molesworth Street Galleries; auction at Freemasons Hall, Molesworth Street.
An eclectic collection of Irish manuscripts, books, historical prints, photographs, posters, memorabilia, coins, banknotes, medals and militaria, from 1010AD to 2010AD
Includes rare flags and banners such as 1867 Fenian Rising, 1898 Land League, 1914-21 Irish Volunteers and 1944 Wehrmacht, weapons and medals from the 1916-21 War of Independence, 1798 Rebellion manuscript, letters and manuscripts of Daniel O’Connell, Charles Stuart Parnell, Liam Lynch, Mussolini, Irish regiments in the British Army militaria, 1688-1691 collection of James II “Gunmoney” from the Williamite Wars and other coins from 1014 AD to the 20th century, Irish sporting memorabilia including 1901 Bohemians v Preston programme, GAA and rugby medals etc., collection of Irish and British banknotes, 1814 to 1960s, 571 lots, estimates €100 to €50,000.
Full report including video link further down this page. You won’t want to miss this one!