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VINTAGE COCA-COLA ORIGINAL OHIO JUMBO DIAL THERMOMETER

VINTAGE COCA-COLA ORIGINAL OHIO JUMBO DIAL THERMOMETER

1966 Switzerland Founding HERO WILLIAM TELL 5 Francs European Silver Coin i56596

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Old Record - I'll take you home again, Kathleen. My mother used to sing this when she remembered her baby sister.

Old Record - I'll take you home again, Kathleen. My mother cried when she heard this because my grandfather would sing it to her.

Isaac d’Olier  a Huguenot  escaped to Holland during the Edict of Nantes. French  In 1688, he followed the Prince of Orange to England and then went to Ireland where he became a merchant and married Ms Martha Pilkington from Westmeath. Their only son, Isaac, was a goldsmith and a member of Dublin City Council. His third son, Jeremiah, became one of the first governors of the Bank of Ireland in 1801.  see link for article re Bank of Ireland

Isaac d’Olier a Huguenot escaped to Holland during the Edict of Nantes. French In 1688, he followed the Prince of Orange to England and then went to Ireland where he became a merchant and married Ms Martha Pilkington from Westmeath. Their only son, Isaac, was a goldsmith and a member of Dublin City Council. His third son, Jeremiah, became one of the first governors of the Bank of Ireland in 1801. see link for article re Bank of Ireland

Galway, Ireland. Wanna go here so bad! From PS I Love You.

Galway, Ireland — Where I will sit in a local pub, drink a Guiness and have a witty Irish man sing Galway Girl to me. except for the fact that the one and only Irish man whom I want to sing it to me is waaaaaay out of my reach!

the bee gees Life in a tin can

1973 RSO records stereo Jacket with diecut has great graphics; inside jacket appears like new with gatefold intact; excellent graphics in gatefold;

Vintage Round Coca Cola  Ohio Thermometer Co.

Vintage Round Coca Cola Ohio Thermometer Co.

Researchers from Queens University Belfast compared the DNA of a Stone Age farmer from Belfast with the remains of three Bronze Age males found in County Down.

Ancient Celtic genomes reveal ancestral roots of modern Irish people

Researchers from Queens University Belfast compared the DNA of a Stone Age farmer from Belfast with the remains of three Bronze Age males found in County Down.

19th century chromolithograph of Rossmore Park, County Monaghan, Ireland the ancestral home of Lord Rossmore. Published in Views of the Seats of the Nobility, by F.O. Morris, London 1880.

1858 - Rossmore Castle, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan - Architecture of Monaghan, Lost Buildings of Ireland - Archiseek - Irish Architecture

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