Michael Collins was an avid GAA follower and even played for a GAA club in London when he lived there in the early 1900's. He really enjoyed the sport. This picture shows Collins (in disguise) and Harry Boland at the Leinster Hurling final at the height of the Irish War of Independence.
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Michael Collins Color Portrait
- Framed miniature reproduction
- This portrait of Collins is adapted from a picture of Collins taken at the funeral of Arthur Griffith, just a week before he died tragically at Beal na Blath
Frame Size: 9" x 7" inches or 23cm x 18cm
Image Size: 5,75" x 3.5" inches or 14cm x 9cm
This picture is also available in several different size formats in our Irish Historical Picture section