Drink, drugs . . . and fast cars

Fonsie Mealy’s Chatsworth sale has an eclectic mix

6th November, 2016
1914 Talbot Invincible: expected to fetch €17,000-€22,000

Going under the hammer at Fonsie Mealy’s Chatsworth sale are Old Master paintings from the collection of Judge James Murnaghan, vintage Vuitton luggage, a Queen Anne slate chimneypiece, stained glass from the Clark Studios, a gypsy caravan, Joe McGrath’s collection of horse-drawn carriages, plus furniture and decorative arts from Renville House, Dromoland Castle, Drumcondra House, Howth Castle, Lissadell, Clontarf Castle, Falmore Hall and Carton House.

A sleeping beauty of a barn...

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