The Island of Derry and the Plantation City of Londonderry in 1619.
Jonathan O’Donoghue, professional illustrator created this depiction of what the Walled City might have looked like in 1619, when the Derry Walls were first certified as complete. This heritage illustration is based on the latest research by the Friends of the Derry Walls with specialist advice from the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork at Queen’s University Belfast and from several other independent archaeologists and historians.
Proceeds from the sale of this print will be used to commission a community-led archaeological dig on the dry moat that once surrounded the outside of the Derry Walls.
The price of £15 includes postage and packaging to any destination within Ireland or the United Kingdom. For other destinations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
The mounted print is also available from local shops including Little Acorns Books, Visit Derry, Siege Museum and Checkpoint Charlie. RRP is £13
An illustration of the Derry Walls in 1619, in a 12 inch by 10 inch pale ivory mount.