Commemorates the 100 year anniversary of the Easter Rising and pays tribute to the Seven Signatories

Features a large portrait of Michael Collins who realised the true vision of the signatories.

Seven Signatories 65mm Silver Plated Commmemorative Freedom Medal

  • The remarkable freedom medal which is layered in pure silver and accented in colour pays tribute to the Seven Signatories and commemorates the 100 year anniversary of the Easter Rising.
  • Large medal (65mm) which allows you to see the depiction of the Seven Signatories.
  • Features a large portrait of Michael Collins who realised the true vision of the signatories.
  • Almost three times the size of a Euro coin.
  • Accented with the colours of the tricolour.
  • Type: Single
  • Availability: Low
Regular Price: €129.95
Price: €99

The Proclamation of the Republic was integral in the fight for independence from the UK. In 1916 a group of seven republican leaders signed the Proclamation on behalf of the Provisional Government of Ireland to be owned by the Irish people and guaranteed religious and civil liberty, equal rights and equal opportunities to all its citizens.

This large 65mm commemorative honours the seven men that sacrificed their lived for our freedom: Thomas J. Clarke, Sean MacDiarmada, Thomas MacDonagh, Patrick Pearse, Eamonn Ceannt, James Connolly and Joseph Plunkett – they are all legendary in history for their part in the Freedom of Ireland.

The reading of the Proclamation outside the GPO marked the beginning of the Easter Rising and the fight for a free Ireland. Michael Collins eventually realised the vision of the Seven Signatories. In honour of their achievement, the Freedom Medal commemorates their ultimate Victory.

The medal is accented in the colours of the Tricolour flag, the most poignant of national symbols of the Free State.

Regular Price: €129.95
Price: €99
Specifications
Metal:
Layered in Pure Silver
Weight:
110g
Diameter:
65mm
Issuing Authority:
The Dublin Mint Office
Year of Issue:
2013
Mintage Limit:
Uncapped