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Sanguine knight sells some family silver

The Knight of Glin is selling some of the contents of Glin Castle to ensure the future of his ancestral seat

28th March, 2009

In certain quarters, it is considered bad form to sell the family silver, but as Limerick historians will be aware, in the case of Glin Castle it is an established family tradition.

The ancestral home of the Knights of Glin for over 700 years, Glin Castle has one of the most stunning interiors in Ireland. Work on the present building began in 1790 by the 23rd Knight and the project came close to bankrupting the...

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