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The Liffey boardwalk, Dublin, earlier today.

Ultan Monahan writes:

Proclamation stuck to a bin on same the boardwalk that many Irish now call home. Was it for this?



General Maxwell writes:

Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers (Castlecomer) held its Centenary Sale in The Gresham Hotel [Dublin 1] this afternoon, where an original copy of the Proclamation sold for €150,000 hammer price. A hundred years ago they were printing them ready for use.

The 1916 Proclamation (The Saleroom)


Gary McNulty writes:

The 1916 leaders would be spinning in their graves after seeing this…[Ranelagh, Dublin 6]


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Antoin Beag Ó Colla tweetz:

So this is on display in Dingle. Yes that does say ‘death sentences’.


Unidentified response to Enda Kenny’s plea for schoolchildren to write their own proclamation to mark 1916-themed ‘Proclamation Day’.

Blummin’ cig-hating, tree-sewing, mini-Trots.

Pic via Ireland Uncut



This afternoon.

Cólaiste Bríde, Dublin 22

Via Cólaiste Bride