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 (CB Radio) cards from 1932 onwards

Rosemary Radio Leaflet

Aide Memoire - McDonough

Tommy Walls Morse Flasher

Inglis' Bread Advertisement Card

Gott Mit Uns

Old Car Bulb Holder

Lost Luggage D.B.L.

Pipe belonging to Thomas Dean 1840

Embroidery by Agnes Boyd 1816

   

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The Tommy Walls Morse Flasher
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"The Royal Likeness"
Inglis Bread, Belfast, June, 1911
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Someone went to all the trouble to pick and press these flowers, they were amongst postcards from the early 1900's, aren't they lovely :o]
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Looks like an ashtray
GOTT MIT UNS
and that's a crown in the centre
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C B Radio Cards


















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Murphy Radios - Rosemary Radio & Electrical Co. Ltd., 31 Rosemary Street, Belfast
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Aide Memoire - Mrs. McDonough, R.I.C. Barracks, Gorey, Co. Wexford, late of Antrim, Co. Antrim
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Old Brass Car Bulb Holder early 1900s
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Luggage with the initials D.B.L. left at Victoria Coach Station many years ago, contains 2 tapestries and 2 photographs
none of which were in the case when it was bought at auction


To Jim from Grand Ma Brown xmas 1941 - T. Dean is your G. G. Grandfather
This was Thomas Deans pipe 1840
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The Rose – by Cowper
The Rose had been wash’d, just wash’d in a shower
Which Mary to Anne convey’d,
The plentiful moisture incumber’d the flow’r,
And weigh’d down its beautiful head.

The cup was all filled and the leaves were all we[t]
And it seem’d to a fanciful view,
To weep for the buds it had left with regret,
On the flourishing bush where it grew.

I hastily seized it unfit as it was
For a nosegay so dripping and drown’d,
And swinging it rudely too rudely alas;
I snap’t it it fell to the ground.

And such I exclaimed is the pitilefs part
Some act by the delicate mind,
Regardlefs of wringing and breaking a heart
Already to sorrow resign’d.

This elegant rose had I shaken it lefs.
Might have bloomed with its owner a while,
And the tear that is wiped with a little addrefs
May be follow’d perhaps by a smile.

Agnes Boyd
Lisburn, October 15th
1816