[Postcard] Boyne Obelisk, Drogheda

Bibliographic Details
Summary:Postcard (blank on verso), printed in Scotland, published by Valentine, Dublin featuring a colour photographic image of the Boyne Obelisk, which was actually located in Oldbridge, Co. Meath. This monument was blown up in 1923 - only the base now remains. (This granite memorial obelisk, which was over 170 feet tall, was erected by subscription in 1736 on the slopes of the Boyne river in memory of the Battle of the Boyne; the first stone was by Lionel Sackville, Duke of Dorset, then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland).
Format: Book
Published / Created: Dublin : Valentine, [n.d., between ca. 1900 and 1920?].
Notes:Physical description: 1 postcard : col. photo., 8.8 x 13.8 cm..
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EPH A1256
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Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.