November 24th: at James Adams Salerooms. Sale of fine furniture, including several lots from the Clontarf home of Clery's' owner Mrs Mary Guiney and from the private collection of the late William Kearney. A French mid-19th-century ormulu mounted Kingwood vitrine, £18,000; a George IV rosewood rectangular chiffonier, £9,000; an early Georgian oak Welsh dresser, £6,200; An Edwardian mahogany long-case clock, £6,000; a pair of George III Irish wine coasters, £4,400; an 18th-century Irish harp, £4,000; a George IV giltwood convex mirror, £3,300; a large Norwegian 1930s rosewood altar table, £3,300.
November 22nd: at R. J. Keighery, Waterford. Sale of antiques and general household furniture. Four-door mahogany breakfront bookcase, £4,400; Victorian mahogany economy dining table, £2,600; inlaid mirrored wardrobe with matching dressing chest, £2,000; set of 8 plus 2 dining chairs, £2,000; and mahogany sheriff's desk, £1,850.
November 21st: Town & Country house-contents auction, held in Castleknock, Dublin. George Gillespie painting, £3,050; Victorian walnut bow-front credenza, £3,100; Victorian mahogany D-end dining table, £3,100.
November 12th: at Whyte's coin, stamp and ephemera sale. Ireland 1907 sheet of Sinn Fein labels, £700; 1916 envelope posted in England with "Imperial Union" anti-Irish Home Rule labels, £650; 192728 set of British stamps overprinted "Saorstat Eireann 1922", £1,300; collection of 18 items to or from republican prisoners in the Curragh and other internment camps, £200.