On the left hand side of this page you will see displayed (not actual size) a jewel issued by the Apprentice Boys of Derry to commemorate the end of the second millennium of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ's ministry.
The Jewel depicts the Protestant St Columb's Cathedral in Londonderry flying the crimson flag, raised by Colonel John Mitchelburne during the Siege of Derry.  The City of Londonderry coat of arms is also included.  The jewel is surrounded by a ring of oak leaves and acorns as the city was established from a Christian settlement founded by the City's Patron Saint, St Columb in an oak grove on the west bank of the river Foyle.
The Protestant  St Columb's Cathedral in which the residents of the City took shelter and prayed for deliverance during the Siege of 1688-1689, stands on the site of the original religious settlement.
The name Derry derives from the Irish for oak grove.
The jewel is priced at 16  for delivery to addresses in the  British Isles (UK, RoI, IoM and Channel Islands), for orders from the Rest of the World price payable is 17:50.  As the Jewel is a limited edition of 2000, this is sure to be of interest to collectors.  Please make all cheques/money orders (in Pounds Sterling) to "Ballymoney Mitchelburne ABOD" and send to the address aside with your delivery address.
Malcolm Steele
25a Grove Park
BT53 7QQ
Northern Ireland
United Kingdom
We have still a small quantity of "Easter Monday 2004" souvenir badges available (picture on left)- these are on sale at 2:50 each which includes postage to UK and RoI - make cheques payable to "Ballymoney Mitchelburne ABoD" and send to the address above
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