Ordnance Office of Ireland N/A

The Board of Ordnance in the Kingdom of Ireland performed the equivalent duties of the British Board of Ordnance, that is to supply arms and munitions, to oversee the Royal Irish Artillery and the Irish Engineers, and to maintain the fortifications in the island.  Following the Acts of Union in 1800, the Board was abolished and the duties taken over by the United Kingdom Board of Ordnance. 

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Ordnance Office of Ireland (Stamp 1) Title: Ordnance Office of Ireland (Stamp 1)
Arms: Azure three cannons in pale on a chief three roundels
Dimensions (height x width): 71mm x 80mm
Heraldic Charges: cannons (3), Heraldic Charges: chief on a, Heraldic Charges: roundels (3)