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Great Seal of the Irish Free State
The Great Seal of the Irish Free State (Irish: Séala Mor do Shaorstát Eireann) was the great seal which replaced the Great Seal of the Realm used to seal official documents of the Irish Free State (Saorstát Éireann). The Great Seal is currently kept at National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks , Dublin.
The reverse of the Great Seal contains an image of the harp surrounded by the words "SAORSTÁT ÉIREANN" in Gaelic script, the obverse contained an image of George V, King of Ireland enthroned. After Éire was proclaimed the Great Seal of Ireland was struck as a replacement to the Great Seal.
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