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Thinking ahead – 1930

Of Usury, Brant's Stultifera Navis (The Ship of Fools) 1494 Attributed to Albrecht Dürer - 1471 -1528 (Woodcut)
Of Usury, Brant’s Stultifera Navis (The Ship of Fools) 1494
Attributed to Albrecht Dürer – 1471 -1528 (Woodcut)
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The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate 1st December 1930
AHEAD OF HIS TIME – 19
30
A Galway shopkeeper, who died a few months ago was firmly convinced that the time would come when the banks would not honor their notes, and that the notes would be worthless. In a number of hiding places in his house and shop he kept his savings hidden in the shape of gold and Treasury notes. In one room he had £200 in gold in a jar concealed under the door. He had another £200 in a chest on the landing of the stairs. Altogether he had over £800 secreted. After his death the hiding places were discovered.

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B.A., M.A.(Archaeology); Regional Tour Guide; Dip. Radio Media Tech; H.Dip. Computer Science.

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