Trade Mark – Irish Cards

Pursuant to Section 42 of the Trade Marks Act 1996, the Controller wishes to inform you that the applications numbered below have been accepted and will be advertised in Journal No: 2401 on the 25 December 2019 under the registration numbers listed below. These numbers should be quoted in future correspondence relating to these marks.

Collins Supervalu Carrigaline

SuperValu Carrigaline is located at Unit 2A, South Link Retail Park, Carrigaline, Co. Cork. This is a very well laid out beautiful shop with very friendly and supportive staff. Irish Cards Stand has been here in this store for years and I am so grateful for the support.

JJ O Driscolls

Irish Cards Stand in JJ O Driscolls Ballinlough Cork JJ O Driscoll is a family-run grocery store located in Ballinlough, Cork City, Ireland. The store family owned since 1948 , Ireland’s Largest Independent Supermarket, Full Butcher/ Delicatessen and offers a variety of fresh and local produce, along with a selection of grocery items, with a […]

Sale or Return

Our cards can be stocked in shops on a sale or return basis on request, sold cards paid for on the day of cards replenished on stands. We have a very competitive profit margin to offer outlets on sales. A cards stand may be supplied to display the cards if requested. Various card stand types […]


Crosshaven located about ten miles outside of Cork City. The home of the Royal Cork Yacht Club.

Midleton – The Boy and Geese

Boy and Geese Statue. Midleton people have memories about the market on the Thursdays and all the geese roaming freely around the town at the time.

City Hall, Cork City, Albert Quay.

Halla na Cathrach, Corcaigh: The administrative headquarters of Cork City Council was rebuilt in the 1930’s after being destroyed by the Black and Tans on 11th December, 1920, during the War of Independence.

The Shakey Bridge, Cork City, Ireland

This is a very famous bridge in Cork also called Daly’s Bridge. It is a suspension bridge. It stands up to its name quite well, on a windy day if you are crossing it shakes quite a lot it is not for the faint hearted to be crossing it.

Irish Award – Gradam Uí Chuanacháin

In 2017 John Christopher Treacy won an Gradam Uí Chuanacháin (Irish in Business Awards) for using the Irish Language on his cards, all cards have since been transferred to this