Irish views on dating

The Cardall collection is comprised of b&w postcards and their corresponding negatives of towns, cities and villages in the Republic of Ireland.The collection contains 5,000 negatives dating from the 1940’s – 1960’s.Read the latest entry from our Dating Blog With our free membership, you can search the database, view all profiles, put up your own profile and send and receive flirts.You can also see who's looking at your profile and read messages from other members. Unusual, interesting but, in the main, unattractive views of places around Ireland. Left to right: One of a set of Irish post boxes published in 2014 – note the Royal cypher of King Edward VII. Above: Special pre-paid card issued for the 1986 National Stamp Exhibition. Best known for their saucy seaside postcards, the company also produced a wide range of topographical cards.He painted all the main railway hotels in the west of Ireland as well as a number of fine views around Dublin Bay.

The company initially published its own hand coloured images of the landscape of south-west of England and later graduated to producing art reproductions.

Interior views of the hotels were also produced and some of these are very popular with collectors today.

Dublin The company’s photo archive is available at the National Library of Ireland.

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Eason Photographic Collection The images in the collection were created for the Irish postcard trade by Eason & Son.

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