The Weekly Irish Times calendar for 1884 :
[The Weekly Irish Times].
|Main Creator:||Weekly Irish Times, Dublin.|
Supplement issued with 'The Weekly Irish Times', 22 December, 1883 featuring decorative, zoomorphic interlace work and an image at top of the sheet of an angel with a laurel wreath in each hand, as though crowing the writers and artists depicted beneath on sheet. An illustration of Henry Grattan is depicted at centre of sheet, with above him an illustration of Daniel O'Connell and (clockwise) an illustration of Oliver Goldsmith; an illustration of painter Daniel Maclise; an image of sculptor John H. Foley; an image [directly underneath that of Grattan] of Edmund Burke; an illustration of composer Michael Balfe; an illustration of Samuel Lover and an illustration of Thomas Moore. Several advertisements for Dublin businesses are printed on the sheet - Arnott & Company, Limited. Complete House Furnishers, 11 to 15 Henry St.; W.M. Martin...18 Stephen's Green, Nth., Window Glass, Looking Glass...House Painter, Decorator and Glasier; "Bodega" Commercial Buildings, Dame Street, Dublin; D. Kellet, South Great Georges Street, Dubin; The Gresham Hotel, Upper Sackville Street [now O'Connell Street]; Thomas Weir, "...for many years Manufacturer to Messrs. West & Son, other specialities in Jewellery, Plate, Watches & Clocks, &c&c to select from. Special Terms for Presentations. Massive 18 Carat wedding rings at £2 2s"; "Save money, time and labor! By using the self-raising flour prepared at the Glen Mill Stores, 37 Exechequer St."; Prescott's Steam Dye Works, Chief Office, 8 Lower Abbey-St., Dublin; Licensed [,] The First Class Pawn-Office, 85 Marlboro' Street; Cherry's Mustard and D.W.D. House, 90 Marborough St. [D.W.D. Whiskey].
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Dublin : Cherry & Smallbridge, December 22nd, 1883.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 calendar : colour chromolithographic print ; 60.5 x 47.8 cm..
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