Sunday July 12, 2020

Some notes from the original Copper Face Jack

Lord Chief Justice of the King’s Bench for Ireland, the Earl was fond of his tipple, hence his nickname, Copper Face Jack

2nd July, 2017
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A treen mallet salvaged from Liberty Hall in 1916

In a Sotheby’s literature sale, a collection documenting the Easter Rising is expected to fetch £15,000 – £20,000. This includes a rare second printing of the Proclamation, a half sheet of the original Proclamation found at Liberty Hall after the rebels had been driven out, plus a quantity of Republican and Irish Citizen ephemera, and a treen mallet salvaged from Liberty Hall.

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