This painted photo of Dublin's Phoenix Park is identified as B. & R's "Camera" Series No. 592 -- British Manufacture. Inland postage was 1/2d. and foreign was 1d.
The monument in the center is the Wellington Testimonial, a 205-foot obelisk commemorating the victories of the Duke of Wellington in the Napoleonic wars.
Phoenix Park itself is best known to history buffs for the Phoenix Park Murders: "the assassination in 1882 of the second and third in rank in the British Dublin Castle government of Ireland by the "Irish National Invincibles.'"
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Anyone may feel free to use cards from my turn-of-the-century postcard collection as long as they remember to credit me (Gail Hapke) and Scribal Terror as the source.