AN IRISH WOLFHOUND, A HARE AND A SALMON: HOW IRELAND GOT A NEW COINAGE ‘DISTINCTLY OUR OWN’

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AN IRISH WOLFHOUND, A HARE AND A SALMON: HOW IRELAND GOT A NEW COINAGE ‘DISTINCTLY OUR OWN’
with Maeve Casserly, Historian in Residence (Dublin City Council, South East Area)


In 1928 the Free State launched a new Irish coinage, whose designs were
used until the Euro’s introduction in 2002. Explore the long, interesting and
somewhat contentious process which created these beautiful coins and their
importance for the new Irish nation.

Ringsend Library
9th October at 6.30pm


Ringsend Library: Booking required: ringsendlibrary@dublincity.ie
or (01) 6680063
 

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