Shamrock (Emblem)

Shamrocks (Emblem)
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Shamrocked! 14 June 2010
Date: 2010 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) 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...
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 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", ...
Date: 1911 By: Educational Supply Association (England) 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 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...
Date: 1902 By: H J Weeks Ltd 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...
[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 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: 1950 - 1959 Description: Includes the following labels: Thomson Lewis & Company Ltd: Artifical cherry dew, Special soda water, Orange smash, Passion smash, Pulpy orange smash. Camroc...
"You may scrum down with the bride!" 14 June, 2005
Date: 2005 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 ...