The Garden of Remembrance Photographic Medal

A truly unique commemoration of the Irish War of Independence

The Garden of Remembrance Photographic Medal

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  • Pay homage to those who gave their lives in the fight for freedom
  • Ireland will remember them
  • layered in pure 24-carat Gold
Single Medium
€ 19.95

Secure your 'The Garden of Remembrance Photographic Medal'  Today for just €19.95 (Just €3.95 P&P)

The Irish War of Independence took place between January 21st 1919 and ended on July 11th 1921 – lasting 2 and a half years. It was a guerrilla conflict fought between the British forces in Ireland, and the Irish Volunteers (also known as the Irish Republican Army / IRA). Guerrilla warfare is a form of irregular warfare in which a small group of combatants, such as paramilitary personnel, armed civilians, or irregulars, use military tactics including ambushes, sabotage, raids, petty warfare, hit-and-run tactics, and mobility to fight a larger and less-mobile traditional army.

Roughly 2,500 people lost their lives during the conflict and it is this war that led to the Anglo-Irish Treaty signed December 6th 1921, forming the Irish Free State from 6th December 1922

Order your very own 'The Garden of Remembrance Photographic Medal'  Today for just €19.95 (Just €3.95 P&P)

Rest assured, you have no further commitments, and your purchase is protected by The Dublin Mint Office 14-day “no quibble” guarantee.


€ 19.95
Metal:
Bronze
Finish:
Collector Quality
Diameter:
32mm
Limitation:
One per Household
Mintage:
500,000

Secure your 'The Garden of Remembrance Photographic Medal'  Today for just €19.95 (Just €3.95 P&P)

The Irish War of Independence took place between January 21st 1919 and ended on July 11th 1921 – lasting 2 and a half years. It was a guerrilla conflict fought between the British forces in Ireland, and the Irish Volunteers (also known as the Irish Republican Army / IRA). Guerrilla warfare is a form of irregular warfare in which a small group of combatants, such as paramilitary personnel, armed civilians, or irregulars, use military tactics including ambushes, sabotage, raids, petty warfare, hit-and-run tactics, and mobility to fight a larger and less-mobile traditional army.

Roughly 2,500 people lost their lives during the conflict and it is this war that led to the Anglo-Irish Treaty signed December 6th 1921, forming the Irish Free State from 6th December 1922

Order your very own 'The Garden of Remembrance Photographic Medal'  Today for just €19.95 (Just €3.95 P&P)

Rest assured, you have no further commitments, and your purchase is protected by The Dublin Mint Office 14-day “no quibble” guarantee.


€ 19.95
Specifications
Metal:
Bronze
Finish:
Collector Quality
Diameter:
32mm
Limitation:
One per Household
Mintage:
500,000