Headed paper and seal of the Governor General (Seanascal) of the Irish Free State,
[between 1922 and 1936].
|Main Creator:||Irish Free State. Governor-General|
Note: Mainly in English, with some Irish also.
Samples of the headed paper of the Governor General of the Irish Free State and a wax seal. The Governor Generalship lasted from 1922 to 1936.
Two of the headed sheets are blank; the others have letter templates with blanks for names and dates; one has the printed signature of Domhnall Ua Buachalla, who was the last Governor General of the Irish Free State; one larger plain sheet has 'Governor Gerneral, Irish Free State' embossed at the top. The wax seal has 'Saorstát Éireann' above a harp and 'Irish Free State' below, 'Seanascal' at one side and 'Governor General' at the other.
The heading in dark green ink reads: 'Seanascal Shaorstait Eireann', with 'Governor-General' in much smaller type underneath; on the left a harp with Saorstát Éireann' beneath it; on the right 'Baile Átha Cliath' and 'Dublin' in smaller type beneath.
Physical description: 9 items.
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|MS 49,709/1-9||Manuscripts Reading Room||Books|
Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.