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The Celtic Bookshop Limerick http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie 2 Rutand Street, Limerick City, Republic of Ireland. phone 353 [0] 61 401155 Thu, 12 Jan 2017 16:46:24 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.9 Anniversary Sale http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=135 http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=135#respond Tue, 10 Feb 2015 13:58:37 +0000 http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=135 Coming soon!

 

 

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Latest Book News http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=63 http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=63#respond Sat, 03 Jan 2015 18:25:40 +0000 http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=63 Continued]]> Special Offer; 2 sets of 8 back-numbers of the Old limerick Journal for special price of 20 euro each. one set includes the hard to find issue The Famine in Limerick City. While stock lasts.

020 - CopyRecently published. Amazing Lace: A History of the Limerick Lace Industry by Dr Matthew Potter, edited by Jacqui Hayes, published by Limerick Museum & Archives retailing at €20. The Limerick lace industry was established in 1829 when Charles Walker, an English businessman who selected a premises in Mount Kennett, Limerick city as the location for a lace factory. He introduced tambour lace making to Limerick while needlerun lace was introduced by Jonas Rolf in the late 1830s. The interesting history of Limerick lace may be divided into two broad periods: the age of factory manufacture (1829-70) and the age of production in workshops and the home (1870s to the present).

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Special Offers http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=61 http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=61#respond Sat, 03 Jan 2015 18:24:58 +0000 http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=61 Continued]]> Essential work for everybody interested in the history of Irish coinage. For Want of Good Money: the Story of Ireland’s Coinage. Edward Colgan. 2003. 215 pages, illustrations. dust wrapper. Definitive study; the first coins struck around 997 in Viking Dublin, Norman and Tudor coins, gun money etc. € 15 postage extra at cost

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Welcome! http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=13 http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=13#respond Wed, 24 Dec 2014 08:23:54 +0000 http://celticbookshop-limerick.ie/?p=13 Continued]]> The Celtic Bookshop, which  is located in Limerick City directly across from the Hunt Museum specialises in both  new  and out of print books, maps and prints, relating to Irish studies. It is a family owned  bookshop, owned by Caroline O’Brien. We find e-mail communication the most satisfactory in ensuring that all requests are dealt with, but deal with all telephone and mail messages also. We intend offering e-mail lists in the future and if you would prefer to receive lists in this manner please advise. Please acquaint anybody else that might wish to receive our email or printed lists, forward the relevant name and address and we will provide a catalogue.

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