cover art for The first ever All Ireland Football medal won by Limerick is up for auction!

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The first ever All Ireland Football medal won by Limerick is up for auction!

The first ever all-Ireland Football Medal, won by Limerick Commercials in 1887 is up for sale! The magnificent golden medal will be up for grabs at Fonsie Mealey Auctioneers’ Highly Important Rare Book & Collectors’ Sale this Wednesday. George Mealey of Fonsie Mealey Auctioneers joins Joe to tell us more..

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