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Buying Fruit on Moore Street Market, Dublin
John F. Kennedy (JFK) Assassinated, Cork Newspaper, 1963
Famine Workhouse Report, Westport, Mayo, 1848
Oscar Wilde Trial - Police News Report, 1895
LOST - Somewhere between Sunrise & Sunset
Jacobs Biscuits Horse & Cart Outside Factory, 1920's
Blackrock & Dalkey Bus, O’Connell Street, Dublin, 1940's
Irish Market Scene, Galway, 1920's
George Bernard Shaw - Irish Playwright Writer
The Dublin United Tramways Company Route Poster, 1896
Army Cutting Turf At Nadd, Cork - WW2
Dublin Fire Brigade putting out a fire in Georgian Dublin
Fire Brigade, Grattan Street, Cork, c.1910
Dublin Firemen & Fire Brigade Trucks, 1920's
U2 In Claddagh Hall, Cork, 1979
U2 In Claddagh Hall, Cork, 1979
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Theatre Royal, Hawkins Street, Dublin, 1958
The Grand Canal, Baggot Street Bridge, Dublin, c.1880
The Hotel Metropole, O'Connell Street, Dublin, 1916
The Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 1940's
Dublin's Smallest Shop - Winetavern Street


Posters play an important role in documenting Irish history. Posters in Ireland were used to communicate political messages, rally public support for causes, spread awareness about social issues, advertise products, services, etc. Posters are a powerful way to capture a moment in time, that can be used to inform, educate and inspire people. They are also a great way to bring attention to a particular issue or event, and to spark conversation and debate.

Many of the posters we have available here served as a powerful form of communication for previous generations of Irish people. One of the earliest examples of Irish posters can be found in the political posters of the early 1900’s. These posters were used to promote the cause of Irish Independence and were often highly emotive, depicting powerful images of Irish people and their struggle for freedom.

From early political posters to more contemporary advertising posters, these posters capture the essence of Ireland and its people, while also serving as a way to promote important causes and events. We believe these posters continue to play an important role in the record of Irish history and culture. Many feature striking designs and powerful messages designed to capture the imagination of the Irish people. As such, they remain an integral part of Ireland's visual culture and will continue, we hope, to inspire and captivate generations to come.

It is our objective in this category to preserve and restore rare Irish posters for posterity and provide high quality reproductions to you for an affordable price. They each help document Irish history and tell the story of Ireland's past. Every print has been given a distressed effect to give an original look when framed.

We offer a 50% discount on posters and prints for schools. Please email us for more information.

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