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Wednesday April 12 2006
01:00 AM

Protest: Everything is (NOT) For Sale

category dublin | anti-capitalism | event notice author Tuesday April 11, 2006 21:57author by tuathal - TaraWatchauthor email uatuathal at yahoo dot comauthor phone 087-132-3365 Report this post to the editors

Protest at Sale of Historical Artefacts

TaraWatch will join with others in protest against the sale of historical artefacts at Adams and Sons Auctioneers, Stephen's Green, on Wednesday 12th April at 11.30 am.

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'Protest at Historical Artefacts Sale - Everything is (NOT) For Sale''

TaraWatch will join with others in protest against the sale of historical artefacts at Adams and Sons Auctioneers, 26 St. Stephen's Green, on Wednesday 12th April at 11.30 am.

Adams and Sons Auctioneers are selling off a large number of historical artifacts relating to the 1916 rising. These include the orginal of Peader Kearney's Soldier's Song, the tricolour alledged to have flown over the GPO during the rising, and various letters, photos and memorabilia of the leaders. http://www.jamesadam.ie/

For more information please see Press Release: http://www.indymedia.ie/article/75396

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author by tuathal - TaraWatchpublication date Tue Apr 11, 2006 20:32author email uatuathal at yahoo dot comauthor phone 087-132-3365Report this post to the editors

TaraWatch to join protest at sale of historical artefects
TaraWatch will join with others in protest against the sale of historical artefacts at Adams and Sons Auctioneers, Stephen's Green, on Wednesday 12th April at 11.30 am.
Adams and Sons Auctioneers are selling off a large number of historical artifacts relating to the 1916 rising. These include the orginal of Peader Kearney's Soldier's Song, the tricolour alledged to have flown over the GPO during the rising, and various letters, photos and memorabilia of the leaders. http://www.jamesadam.ie/

TaraWatch will join with others in protest against the sale of historical artefacts at Adams and Sons Auctioneers, 26 St. Stephen's Green, on Wednesday 12th April at 11.30 am.

The 'Independence' sale is symbolic of the current attitude of this State towards our national heritage. Everything is for sale. Every inch of land, from shore to shore, no matter how consecrated, has a price. Historical sites, graveyards, buildings, artefects, and national symbols of every description are up for auction, to the highest bidder. And the largest seller, rather than purchaser, is the State.

What self-respecting State can spend 9 million euros a day on roads, and not even 1 million for its own family heirlooms? Instead of seeking to link us with our past, there is a sense that we are being separated from it.

With the sale of publicly owed lands bringing in hundreds of millions of euros, perhaps a restriction should be placed on money earned, to ensure that a certain amount is spent preserving and purchasing other sites and objects of undeniable national importance?

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Original architect’s watercolour drawings showing the elevations of the GPO building €80,000 - 100,000
Original architect’s watercolour drawings showing the elevations of the GPO building €80,000 - 100,000

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