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Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a Color Lithograph from 1894 Depicting Historical Emblems of Ireland

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with this beautiful color lithograph from 1894 depicting historical emblems representing Ireland. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.
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Who doesn’t love Ireland? Especially on St. Patrick’s Day? This is a little late in the day for this post, but technically, it’s still St. Patrick’s Day. This is a color lithograph from 1894 depicting historical emblems which represent Ireland.

Ireland’s historical emblems / Eagle Litho. Co.

Source: Library of Congress

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