1920 (21 January) $25 Republic of Ireland Bond No. 7132 Signed De Valera. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates: 1st Series, $25 (21 January 1920)

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates Within days of being appointed Minister for Finance in 1919 Collins set about raising the funds necessary if Dáil Éireann was to fulfill its stated ambition of providing an alternative government to the British one that was operating from Dublin Castle. He announced a loan issue on behalf of the Dáil.…

1920 (21 January) $10 Republic of Ireland Bond No 78298 signed by de Valera. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates: 1st Series, $10 (21 January 1920)

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates Within days of being appointed Minister for Finance in 1919 Collins set about raising the funds necessary if Dáil Éireann was to fulfill its stated ambition of providing an alternative government to the British one that was operating from Dublin Castle. He announced a loan issue on behalf of the Dáil.…

1920 (21 January) $50 Republic of Ireland Bond issued by Eamon de Valera. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates: 1st Series, $50 (21 January 1920)

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates Within days of being appointed Minister for Finance in 1919 Collins set about raising the funds necessary if Dáil Éireann was to fulfill its stated ambition of providing an alternative government to the British one that was operating from Dublin Castle. He announced a loan issue on behalf of the Dáil.…

1920 (21 January) $100 Republic of Ireland Bond No. 7962 signed by Eamon de Valera. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates: 1st Series, $100 (21 January 1920)

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates Within days of being appointed Minister for Finance in 1919 Collins set about raising the funds necessary if Dáil Éireann was to fulfill its stated ambition of providing an alternative government to the British one that was operating from Dublin Castle. He announced a loan issue on behalf of the Dáil.…

1921 (15 November) $30 Republic of Ireland Bond No 421 signed by Eamon de Valera. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates: 2nd Series, $30 (15th November 1921)

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates Of the £1,120,328 collected by the Dáil and held in Dublin during the Irish War of Independence, 67% came from the USA. By the end of the war, the Dáil could call on a further $3m (ca. £750,000) on deposit in US banks. Funds raised in America played a crucial role…

Currency Commission Irish Free State, One Pound, Type 1b (Fractional prefix), dated 7th June 1932, S/N: 14T 055703. Signed by: Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Currency Commission of the Irish Free State – Five Pounds (Type 2a – In-line prefix)

Date: 1932-37 Description: Currency Commission Irish Free State, One Pound, Type 1b (In-line prefix), dated 7th June 1932, S/N: 14T 055703. Signed by: Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s paper, in London Size: 92mm…

Currency Commission Irish Free State, Ten Pounds, Type 1b (In-line prefix) dated 6th July 1932, 05V 043638, Brennan-McElligott signatures. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Currency Commission of the Irish Free State – Ten Pounds (Type 1b – In-line prefix)

Date: 1932 Description: A Currency Commission of the Irish Free State, Ten Pounds, Type 1b (In-line Prefix). Signed by: Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s paper, in London Size: 78mm x 138mm Known Dates:…

1920 (21 January) Republic of Ireland - Ten Dollars Bond issued by Eamon de Valera. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates: 1st Series, $10 (21 January 1920)

Dáil Éireann Bond Certificates Within days of being appointed Minister for Finance in 1919 Collins set about raising the funds necessary if Dáil Éireann was to fulfill its stated ambition of providing an alternative government to the British one that was operating from Dublin Castle. He announced a loan issue on behalf of the Dáil.…

Currency Commission Irish Free State, One Pound; dated 2 January 1936, S/N: 97J 091224, Brennan-McElligott signatures. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Modern Irish Banknotes: Currency Commission of the Irish Free State – One Pound (Type 2a – In-line prefix)

Date: 1930-37 Description: Currency Commission Irish Free State, One Pound, Type 1b (Fractional prefix), dated 2 January 1936, S/N: 97J 091224. Signed by: Joseph Brennan / James J. McElligott. Designer: John Harrison, Chief Portrait Engraver of Waterlow and Sons Ltd, London Engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, on Portal’s paper, in London Size: 84mm…