Shamrock (Emblem)

Shamrocks (Emblem)
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Date: 1950 - 1959 Ref: Eph-A-BEVERAGE-Soft-1950s-OMahony Description: Includes the following labels: Thomson Lewis & Company Ltd: Artifical cherry dew, Special soda water, Orange smash, Passion smash, Pulpy orange smash. Camroc...
Date: 1911 By: Educational Supply Association (England) Ref: Eph-B-ROYAL-1911-01 Description: Illustrated souvenir of the coronation of King George V shows an illustration of his crowning in a church interior. The border contains English pink single ...
Date: 1902 By: L van Leer and Company Ref: Eph-B-ROYAL-1902-03 Description: Shows twin oval portrait illustrations of King Edward VII at left and Queen Alexandra at the right, with a pink and a yellow rose, and a Scottish thistle bet...
Bock, William R, 1847-1932 :Address to the Countess of Ranfurly from the Citizens of Wellington. October 31st, 1903 [Title page] / W R Bock delt. 1903.
Date: 1903 From: Various artists :[Collection of artwork relating to the Fifth Earl of Ranfurly, during his time as Governor of New Zealand, 1897-1904] By: Bock, William Rose, 1847-1932 Ref: E-567-f-001 Description: An arrangement of ornate text inside a decorative border, with the Wellington coat of arms at the top. The coat of arms contains the motto "Suprema a situ", ...
"You may scrum down with the bride!" 14 June, 2005
Date: 2005 Ref: DCDL-0005431 Description: Shows a bride and groom getting married. The groom has his face painted in the Scottish St Andrew's Cross, and the bride has her face painted in the English ...
[Postcard]. Erin! Oh Erin! Though long in the shade, Thy star will shine out, When the proudest shall fade. [ca 1912].
Date: 1910 - 1912 By: Wilson, R Lois (Mrs), active 1990; Stephens, May, active 1906-1915 Ref: Eph-B-POSTCARD-Vol-1-110-1 Description: Shows the harp of Erin and a bunch of three-leafed shamrocks tied with a red ribbon. The poem is a song to Eire or Ireland. National series postcard, made in...
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Date: 1902 By: H J Weeks Ltd Ref: Eph-B-ROYAL-1902-02 Description: Shows oval portrait illustrations of Queen Alexandra and King Edward VII with a red and a white rose between them. The Scottish thistle is at left and the Ir...
Shamrocked! 14 June 2010
Date: 2010 Ref: DCDL-0014571 Description: The cartoon shows a leg in a rugby boot flattening a poor little shamrock. Text above reads 'shamrocked'. A second version has the text reading 'shamrucked'....
Winter, Mark 1958- :Shamrocked! - 19 September 2011
Date: 2011 By: Southland times (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0018877 Description: The cartoon is headed 'Shamrocked!' and lower down are the words 'backs to the wallabies' with the letters 'abies' crossed out so that the phrase reads 'back...