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The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Graunia. JOHN REDWOOD ANDERSON.
The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Graunia

London: Oxford University Press, 1950. First edition. Hardcover. Fine / Near Fine. A re-telling of this ancient Irish love story. The jacket is price-clipped, else fine. A beautiful copy. READ MORE
Price: $20.00
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The Friendly Sons Of St. Patrick. THOMAS A. DALY.
The Friendly Sons Of St. Patrick

Philadelphia: F. McManus Jr. & Company, 1920. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Original dark green cloth lettered in green on the front panel. A very clean, bright and pleasing copy. The book is straight and the corners true. Full color plate of the medals is present and protected by tissue. A lovely example of this very rare volume. READ MORE
Price: $100.00
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Back to Ballygullion. LYNN DOYLE.
Back to Ballygullion

London: Duckworth, 1953. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Very Good / Very Good. A modern re-telling of the old Pat Murphy stories from 1908. A very handsome copy in a complete jackt which shows only minor edge-wear. Previous owner name and notation on the front free endpaper. READ MORE
Price: $35.00
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Going Native. OLIVER ST. JOHN GOGARTY.
Going Native

New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1940. First edition. Hardcover. Fine / Near Fine. Signed by Gogarty on the ffep. Though there are some areas of very minor rubbing, the overall condition of the jacket is extremely bright and crisp. A very nice copy indeed of Gogarty's observations of life in London. READ MORE
Price: $150.00
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Atlas and Cyclopedia of Ireland, Part I and The General History. P. W. JOYCE, A. M. SULLIVAN.
Atlas and Cyclopedia of Ireland, Part I and The General History

New York: Murphy & McCarthy, 1902. Hardcover. Fine. Large 4to. A beautiful copy of this massive work. New spines and corners all in red grained leather, frame the original illustrated cloth on boards. Marbled edges. New endpapers as well. This book has been lovingly restored and is now very solid and can be safely read and enjoyed. Illustrated throughout with... READ MORE
Price: $400.00
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The Bodhran Makers. JOHN B. KEANE.
The Bodhran Makers

New York: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1992. First American edition. Hardcover. Fine / Fine. As new. A lovely copy of a great novel set in rural Ireland. This story pits the local populace as they strive to preserve their heritage and a parish priest bent on supressing their efforts. READ MORE
Price: $25.00
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The Ram of God. JOHN B. KEANE.
The Ram of God

Boulder, CO: Roberts Rinehart, 1992. First American edition. Hardcover. Fine / Fine. As new. Unopened and unread. A lovely copy by this wonderful Irish author. READ MORE
Price: $27.50
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The Lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages. J. F. LYDON.
The Lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages

Dublin: Gill and MacMillan, 1972. First edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Soft cover book with dust jacket, as issued. Jacket designed by Des McCarthy. This volume examines the feudal lordship of Ireland as a whole and traces the conflicting Gaelic and Anglo-Irish traditions. A fine copy in all respects. Previous owner stamp on the inside cover which is hidden by the... READ MORE
Price: $30.00
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The Bogman. WALTER MACKEN.
The Bogman

New York: The Macmillan Co. 1952. First edition. F / G. A good copy in a somewhat tired jacket with a chip at the bottom of the front panel near the hinge and some wear to the top edge as well. Still, this remains a nice copy of a significant book. The struggles of rural life in Ireland. Cover art... READ MORE
Price: $35.00
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From The Horn Of The Moon. ARTHUR MASON.
From The Horn Of The Moon

New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1931. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Original blue cloth lettered and decorated in pale green. Handsomely illustrated in black and white throughout by Robert Lawson. Beautiful illustrated endpapers. Stated first edition. Contains three tales for children set in Ireland: The Moving of the Bog; Willie the Wagger; and Pigs in the Castle. READ MORE
Price: $75.00
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Sun Dancing. GEOFFREY MOORHOUSE.
Sun Dancing

London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1997. First edition. Hardcover. Fine / Fine. As new. Unopened and unread. A study of Medieval life on the Skelligs, off the coast of Ireland. READ MORE
Price: $15.00
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The Anteroom. KATE O'BRIEN.
The Anteroom

New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co. 1934. First edition. Hardcover. Near fine / Near Fine. Original green cloth. An extremely bright, crisp and clean copy by this very compelling Irish author. The story of "conflict between a great passion and a great faith." Set in Ireland. READ MORE
Price: $250.00
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Insurrection. LIAM O'FLAHERTY.
Insurrection

London: Gollancz, 1950. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good / Very Good. A clean, bright and solid copy by this acclaimed Irish author. Tells the story of the Easter Rebellion in Dublin, Ireland in 1916. The jacket is complete but it shows toning along the edges. READ MORE
Price: $60.00
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Insurrection. LIAM O'FLAHERTY.
Insurrection

Boston: Little, Brown, 1951. First American edition. Hardcover. Fine / Very Good. A clean and attractive copy of the Easter Rebellion in Dublin, Ireland in 1916. O'Flaherty is one of many great Irish author's of the twentieth century. The jacket, with art by Charles Lofgren, shows some minor edge-wear. READ MORE
Price: $50.00
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The Golden Coast. PHILIP ROONEY.
The Golden Coast

Dublin: The Talbot Press, 1947. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good / Good. Two small chips on the dust jacket; one at the top of the spine and the other at the bottom. The story of the Ouzel, and its five year mysterious journey to the Levant. Cover art by Eileen Coughlan. READ MORE
Price: $40.00
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What is the Stars? ARTHUR J. ROTH.
What is the Stars?

New York: Farrary, Straus and Cudahy, 1959. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine / Very Good. A very funny novel of life in the Irish Army. The jacket, designed by Robert Cato, shows minor edge-wear and a short closed tear. READ MORE
Price: $27.50