The Building the New Ireland 'Liberty Hall' Silver Layered Medal

A strictly limited silver layered medal commemorating one of the most historically significant locations for its role within the Easter Rising

The Building the New Ireland 'Liberty Hall' Silver Layered Medal

  • Layered in pure silver
  • Strictly limited to just 50,000 medals available worldwide
  • Limited quantities remaining
Single Available
€ 29.95

Order your Building the New Ireland 'Liberty Hall' Silver Layered Medal for €29.95 today! (PLUS €3.95 P&P)

Liberty Hall was a hotel before it became the HQ of the Irish Transport and General Workers Union early in the 20th century, and the HQ of the Irish Citizen Army (ICA). Liberty Hall served as a munitions factory, where bombs and bayonets were made for the impending rebellion. The leaders of the Rising assembled outside the building before their march to the General Post Office on Easter Monday.

The obverse of the medal features Leinster House clock face, with the time set at 12.04pm. This was the time Padraig H. Pearse, stood beneath the pillars of the GPO and in the company of other members of the provisional government, and read the proclamation of the Irish republic to the people of Ireland.

The Liberty hall Silver Layered Medal is available to you for just €29.95 (plus €3.95 P&P) and is strictly limited to just 50,000 medals available worldwide.

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

€ 29.95
Metal:
Cupronickel
Finish:
Layered in pure silver
Diameter:
38.61mm
Weight:
28.40g
Quality:
Brilliant Uncirculated
Year of Issue:
2017
Mintage limit:
50,000

Order your Building the New Ireland 'Liberty Hall' Silver Layered Medal for €29.95 today! (PLUS €3.95 P&P)

Liberty Hall was a hotel before it became the HQ of the Irish Transport and General Workers Union early in the 20th century, and the HQ of the Irish Citizen Army (ICA). Liberty Hall served as a munitions factory, where bombs and bayonets were made for the impending rebellion. The leaders of the Rising assembled outside the building before their march to the General Post Office on Easter Monday.

The obverse of the medal features Leinster House clock face, with the time set at 12.04pm. This was the time Padraig H. Pearse, stood beneath the pillars of the GPO and in the company of other members of the provisional government, and read the proclamation of the Irish republic to the people of Ireland.

The Liberty hall Silver Layered Medal is available to you for just €29.95 (plus €3.95 P&P) and is strictly limited to just 50,000 medals available worldwide.

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

€ 29.95
Specifications
Metal:
Cupronickel
Finish:
Layered in pure silver
Diameter:
38.61mm
Weight:
28.40g
Quality:
Brilliant Uncirculated
Year of Issue:
2017
Mintage limit:
50,000