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Shop Sale Still On - Even More Reductions
There's still time...

Our shop sale must end on Friday 15th July. All stock has been dramatically reduced, with most items up for grabs for under €3.

Everything must go, so make sure to stop by and pick up some fantastic books while stocks last, many of which have been produced by us over the years.

The products listed here are just a small selection of what's on offer.

Shop Opening Hours

Mon - Fri:
9.30am - 4.45pm
9.30am - 12.45pm

If you can't make it in person, please call us on +353 1 6030 357 or visit our online shop.
Alternatively, you can email us at

Mini Gifts

NLI drawstring bag 
Was:     €5
Now:     €4

NLI cotton bag
Was:     €2.50
Now:     €1.50

NLI postcards
Were:     €0.45
Now:      €0.30

NLI fridge magnet
Was:     €3.50
Now:     €1

NLI keyring
Was:     €2.25
Now:     €1.50

NLI pencil
Was:     €0.30
Now:     €0.10 

Into the Light: An Illustrated Guide to the Photographic Collections in the National Library of Ireland
By Sarah Rouse
This guide describes, indexes and illustrates the nearly 90 collections of about 300,000 images in the holdings of the National Library of Ireland’s National Photographic Archive. Almost all depict Irish subjects and were taken by Irish photographers.
Was: €12.65     Then: €5    Now: €0.50
Into the Light
Strangers to Citizens: The Irish in Europe 1600-1800
By Mary Ann Lyons and Thomas O’Connor
Over two centuries, the “outsider” Irish achieved “insider” status in countries as diverse as Spain and Sweden and came to exercise influence both at home and abroad. Theirs is one of the great human stories of early modern Europe and an emblematic moment in the universal chronicle of people on the move. The book offers an insight into their lives and times.
Was: €10    Then: €5    Now: €2
Strangers to Citizens
Ex Camera 1860-1960: Photographs from the Collections of the National Library of Ireland
Compiled and edited by Noel Kissane
The photographs in this collections were produced in the period from 1860-1960 by assorted cameras in the hands of various photographers, both professional and amateur. They illustrate many aspects of Ireland and Irish life in that period, including landscape, politics, religion, education and sport.
Was: €10    Then: €3    Now: €1 
Ex Camera 1860-1960
The National Library of Ireland: 125 Years
Published by the National Library of Ireland
NLI marks its 125th anniversary with this celebratory volume, wherein particular events or acquisitions in each of our first one hundred and twenty five years are illustrated by items selected from the NLI collections.
Was: €20   Then: €5    Now: €2
The National Library of Ireland: One Hundred and Twenty Five Years
The Irish Famine: A Documentary History
By Noel Kissane
This source-book documents the course of the famine by means of contemporary newspaper reports, workhouse records, maps, statistics and engravings. The texts reveal the attitudes and prejudices of Prime Ministers, administrators and landlords; the first-hand experiences of those involved in relief efforts; and the trauma and tribulation of the victims. 
Was: €12.65     Then: €3    Now: €1 
The Irish Famine: A Documentary History
From Trinity College to the Rotunda
Four views of 19th century Dublin from the Brocas collection
Also on sale:

From Islandbridge to the Custom House: four views of 19th century Dublin from the Brocas collection.
Was: €6.35    Now: €1 
From Trinity College to the Rotunda
National Library of Ireland Education Packs
We have a range of excellent education packs on sale. From Grattan's Parliament to The Landed Gentry, from Padraic Mac Piarais to the Past from the Press, there's something for all Irish history enthusiasts.
Were: €6.25     
Then: €3/€5    Now: €1 
Daniel O'Connell
Royal Roots: Republican Inheritance: The Survival of the Office of Arms
By Susan Hood
This is the absorbing story of the Office of Arms – Ireland’s heraldic authority – and the oldest Office of State. This book is the history of its remarkable survival during the last 150 years, when it bridged the transition from Crown Government to Republican State.
Was: €10     Then: €2     Now: €1

Royal Roots: Republican Inheritance
Works & Days: A book to accompany the Yeats Exhibition at the National Library of Ireland
By James Quin, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne & Ciara McDonnell
The focus of this book, brought together by three of the Yeats Exhibition's curators, is on the life of W.B. Yeats. It presents a succinct account of his works and days, richly illustrated with photographs and reproductions of paintings, manuscripts and books, many drawn from the NLI Yeats Collection.
Hardback            Paperback
Was: €30             Was: €17
Then: €10            Then: €5
Now: €5                Now: €3
Yeats: Works & Days
Parnell: A Documentary History
By Noel Kissane
Charles Stewart Parnell, the squire of Avondale who became the “Uncrowned King of Ireland”, is one of the most enigmatic personalities in Irish history. The documents in this illustrated biography recall various aspects of his complex personality, his private life and his political career.
Was: €12.65     Then: €5    Now: €1
Parnell: A Documentary History
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