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Old Irish Photographs and Images

Welcome to an Ireland of the past. We have acquired, and now offer for sale, these amazing old images or photographs of Ireland, many from the Seamus Kearns collection. Check out the Irish town or village where you were born, grew up, or where your ancestors lived. You can purchase these Irish images as prints, or mounted prints, or framed and mounted prints. Click on 'About ' above for more details. We have bases in both Ireland and the US for optimal service.

If you are not sure where your ancestors lived, we have a powerful search function that will hopefully allow you to find an answer. If not, click on the 'Links' at the bottom of the page and use the 'Ancestors' option provided. The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) link should also be helpful.

We offer 2 on-line purchase options: Credit Card and Paypal. Prices are quoted in Euro and Dollars and you will be billed according to where you live: dollars for US and Canada and Euro everywhere else. The exchange rate reflects the VAT charge for Euro purchases. We are based in the US and Ireland and dispatch orders from the most appropriate base.

We are constantly adding to our stock of Irish images and to our features articles. So, if you don't see what you like right away, come back and check us out regularily. You will not be disappointed. And feel free to send us your comments, questions or observations (using the 'Contact' option above). Check out our display page to see what the images look like when framed.

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Arial view from around 1950 of St Mels Cathedral, Longford, which suffered major damage in a fire on Christmas Day 2009


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This image of the Dublin suburb of Clontarf was taken around 1915, just before the Easter Rising of 1916, which took place primarily in Dublin.


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This panoramic view was taken around 1915, but published around 1917, soon after the 1916 Easter Rising, described then, but not now, as the Sinn Fein Rebellion! It shows the river Liffey and OConnell Bridge.


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Grafton Street is the premier shopping street in Dublin and has always been regarded as such. This image....


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