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Eileen Grey Brochure
Eileen Grey Brochure

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Earliest Currency in Ireland Celtic Exchange and Ring Money, Greek and Roman Influence, Coinage for External Trade. Part of the Irish Coinage website also at Irish Coinage

Irish Hammered Coinage c 960 – 1660
Hiberno-Norse Coinage (~995 AD to ~1150 AD), John, as Lord and King (1180 to ~1210),
Henry III (1251 to 1254), Edward I (and III) 1276 to ~ 1302 (and 1339), Henry VI, Edward IV and Richard III (1425,1460-1483),
Richard III and Henry VII (1483 to 1507), The Tudors and James I (1508 to 1607), The Great Rebellion and the English Civil War (1640-1650)

also at Irish Coinage
Irish Milled Coinage 1680-1822
Regal Copper under the Stuarts (1660-1688): Charles II 1660 – 1685, James II – 1685-1688,
Gunmoney (1689 – 1690), Limerick and other Civil War Issues, William and Mary (1692 – 1694),
William III (1696), William Wood and his coinage (1722-1724), George II regal copper (1736-1760),
Voce Populi Coinage (1760), George III regal copper (1766-1782),Bank Tokens and Soho Coppers (1804-1813),
George IV regal copper (1822-1823)

also at Irish Coinage
Modern Irish Coinage 1928 to date
Introduction, The Designs 1928-1969, The Denominations 1928 – 1969, The Ten Shilling Piece, The 1943 rarities,
Decimalisation and Current Coinage (1969 to 2000), The Pound Coin

PIVOT Dublin tells our story about our design capacity and innate ability as Dubliners to design. PIVOT Dublin is a showcase for Irish designers at home and abroad. It’s an opportunity to focus on how the social, cultural and economic life of the city can grow through design. Dublin is bidding to be designated World Design Capital in 2014.– PIVOT Dublin

Traditional Boats of Ireland/Ár mBáid Dúchais. The Traditional Boats of Ireland Project is the result of a combined effort by Irish people who are passionate about the rich diversity of boat types throughout the country. This project is a by-product of a loosely affiliated group of individuals with a shared realisation that Ireland’s traditional boat types are rapidly disappearing. – Traditional Boats of IrelandProject

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