Perfect 34th Anniversary Gift. 1988 Irish Copper Penny Coins. These unique cufflinks are made from genuine old Irish 1 Penny coins. An image of an ornamental bird, adapted from the Book of Kells, held in Trinity College in Dublin, features on the obverse side of the coin. The other cufflinks features the Irish Harp, a symbol of the history, culture and heritage of the Emerald Isle. These cufflinks are made by hand not machine, the coins are inset into the cufflinks and come in a beautiful silver presentation box. You are covered with our 100% satisfaction guarantee on all our products. Give a piece of history as a gift today..
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Morrissey- Everyday Is Like Sunday
Celine Dion – Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi
The Adventurers: Broken Land
Sinead O’Connor- Mandinka
Belinda Carlisle: Heaven Is A Place On Earth
The Pogues: Fiesta
Bobby McFerrin: Don’t Worry, Be Happy
Enya: Orinoco Flow
Whitney Houston: One Moment In Time
The Primitives: Crash
Aslan: This Is
Meath won the All Ireland Senior Football Champions
Galway won the All Ireland Senior Hurling Champions
Digital cellular phones (Ed. As if that will ever catch on !!)
The Good Mother
The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne
After 8 years and 1.5 million dead the Iran — Iraq war ends
Suspected Libyan terrorist bomb explodes on Pan Am jet over Lockerbie in Scotland on December 21st killing all 259 on board and 11 on the ground
A 70ft giant is washed up in Dublin Bay. Eurovision: Pat Kenny and Michelle Rocca host a cliff hanger. Switzerland win by one point with an unknown singer called Celine Dion.
London: the Court of Appeal rejects a plea by the Birmingham Six. Controversial talks begin between Sinn Fein and the SDLP. John Hume defends his actions.
April 16 – The Irish National Lottery launches its national live draw.
June 19 – The Royal Canal officially reopens for leisure purpose between Leixlip and Maynooth.
July 10 – Dublin celebrates its official 1,000th birthday. Jonathan Swift’s ‘Gulliver’ visits Dublin for the city’s Millennium celebrations.
July 18 – Nelson Mandela, the jailed anti-apartheid leader, is awarded the freedom of Dublin City.
October 8 – A tax amnesty brings in over £500 million.