Four views of College Green.
R. Atkinson & Co. Irish poplin manufacturers to the Queen 31 College Green Dublin. /
[by] Forster & Co. Chromo-Lithographers to the Queen, Dublin.
|Main Creator:||Atkinson and Co., Poplin Manufacturers.|
An advertisement depicting four views of College Green, Dublin, ["North West View", "South East View", "East View" and "South West View"], each within an oval, surrounded by a decorative zoomorphic interlace border and each of which feature a view of the shop of R. Atkinson & Co., Irish Poplin Manufacturers based at 31 College Green Dublin and a view of the equestrian statue of King William III [erected in 1701 at the expense of Dublin Corporation; removed in the aftermath of an explosion on Armistice Day, 11 November 1928]. At top of print is the royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom, while at the bottom of the sheet is a harp depicted within an oval of shamrocks, representing Ireland. At each side of the print is printed: "Atkinson & Co. forward for inspection specimens of Irish poplin, per post, free".
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Dublin : Forster & Co. Chromo-Lithographers to the Queen, n.d., between ca. 1850-1870]
Physical description: 1 print : colour chromolithograph ; 4 images, each 16.4 x 22 cm., on sheet [cropped] 45 x 55.5 cm.
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