[Christmas postcard] Nodlaig geal dhuit
|Summary:||Black and white Christmas postcard featuring a small image [depicted within an illustration of a frame on the postcard] of a path in a country landscape with a row of trees at right). Behind this is a large sprig of holly. The words “Nodlaig geal dhuit” are printed on the postcard in Cló Gaelach. Printed on verso of card in green coloured ink is a harp, with the words "Éire go bráth" on a ribbon around the harp. Verso of postcard blank. [The logo on this postcard is similar to that used by the publisher Fergus O'Connor. A Dublin publisher who published Sean O'Casey's early writings and produced nationalist postcards and related material, following the Easter Rising he was imprisoned in Lewes prison]. |
Text printed on card in Cló Gaelach and English.
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[n.d., between ca. 1918 and 1940?].
|Notes:||This item is held in the Department of Ephemera. |
Physical description: 1 postcard : b&w. ill., 8.8 x 13.9 cm..
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