Whyte's History, Literature & Collectables 14th September 2013 - page 6

Paul Henry
oil on canvas
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18 by 20in. (45.
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Adam’s, 28 May
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Dr SB Kennedy
February 2013
SINCE 1783
1913 (31 August) Dublin Metropolitan Police Proclamation banning meeting at Sackville
Street during the lockout.
An extremely scarce proclamation issued by E.G. Swifte, Chief Divisional Magistrate, Dublin
Metropolitan Police District on 29 August 1913 banning a meeting at Sackville Street or its
neighbourhood on 31 August 1913 due to the fact that “.......such meeting or assemblage is seditious
and that the said meeting or assemblage would cause terror and alarm to, and dissension between,
his Majesty’s subjects, and would be an unlawful assembly”. Printed by Alex Thom & Co Limited,
Abbey Street. 32 x 20in. (81.28 x 50.80cm)
€1,000-€1,500 (£870-£1,310 approx)
1913: Lockout National Seamen’s and Firemen’s Union membership cards
A pair of National Seamen's and Firemen's Union membership booklets issued to Richard Dunne of
Monks Place, Dublin who joined in July 1913. The first books with payment stamps from 1913 to
1916 and interestingly with no stamps for the weeks from 15 September to 3 November 1913 and
overwritten "8 weeks allowed Lockout". The second booklet covering 1916 to 1920. Also with a
British Mercantile Marine Identity Service Certificate for Richard Dunne with photograph, two
Workers Union of Ireland membership cards, Irish National Health Insurance cards for Richard
Dunne Senior and Junior and letter from James Larkin T.D. of the Worker's Union of Ireland
addressed to the wife of George Dunne following the death of her husband. (8 items)
€300-€500 (£260-£440 approx)
I,II,1,2,3,4,5 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,...101