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Dublin: St. Patrick's Cathedral, effigy of Archbishop Tregury, c. 1471 or later (stamp on back of image: The Green Studio Ltd., 118 St. Stephen's Green West, Dublin 2, Ref. No FN/16A)

Dublin: St. Patrick's Cathedral, effigy of Archbishop Tregury, c. 1471 or later (stamp on back of image: The Green Studio Ltd., 118 St. Stephen's Green West, Dublin 2, Ref. No FN/23C)

Malahide, County Dublin: details of Plunket tomb-chest bearing the arms of the Passion (east side), a shield that bears two swords in saltire over a heart (west side), Plunket and another coat of arms impaled (north side), and the Talbot and Plunket coat of arms impaled (south side) (multiple images on file)

Howth, Co. Dublin: St. Lawrence tomb-surround, north side, bearing the arms of Bellew, Barry or Hussey, St. Lawrence, White and the arms of the Passion (multiple images on file)

Howth, Co. Dublin: Details of St. Lawrence tomb-surround, south side, bearing the arms of St. Lawrence impaling Plunket differenced with an annulet, Butler or le Poer, Plunket, Fleming and Cusack (multiple images on file)

(handwritten on back of image): Christchurch Dublin; effigy of a knight known as 'Strongbow's Tomb' dated to c. 1330 and the demi-figure of a knight known as 'Strongbow's Son' dated to the 13th century

(handwritten on back of image): 75.94, Drogheda, Co. Louth: St. Peter's Church: Baptismal font (multiple images on file)

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