The entire interior of a popular Dublin pub that shuttered last April is set to go under the hammer at an auction next week. 

Regulars of Kennedy's in Mount Merrion will have the chance to snap up the entire interior of the Dublin pub at an online auction on Tuesday, May 21, and Wednesday, May 22. 

The pub has been completely dismantled and reconstructed in Oldcastle, Co Meath, and accounts for almost half of the 800 lots available during the upcoming auction, hosted by antiques dealer Niall Mullen and auctioneer Aidan Foley.

The interior of the bar, along with the contents of the adjoining Union Cafe, is available for an estimated €100,000. 

The entire bar, which includes furniture, memorabilia, and art, has been removed and rebuilt for public viewing ahead of the auction. 

The bar and Union Café, owned by developer Paddy McKillen Junior’s Press Up hospitality group, were closed last year to make way for a proposed mixed-use development.

The 800 lots have a combined value of around €200,000 and also feature original contents from Maureen's Bar in the Olympia Theatre. 

"This sale represents an interesting time in the life of pubs and Irish memorabilia in general," Mullen said in a statement. 

"Many of the items are attributed to family-run businesses where the new generation did not want to take up the mantle.

"The attraction for buyers here is that you cannot fake authenticity, and no matter where in the world these pieces end up, they come with a legacy.

"These lots, especially Kennedy's and Maureen’s Bar, come with a story and a bit of life, and are ready to kit out the next generation of pub."

The auction also includes two lifetime collections of original road signs, a road market for the River Liffey, rare unapproved sports signs, and sports memorabilia. 

Public viewing of the lots is available in the Castle Cinema in Oldcastle until Monday. 

The auction runs online only on Tuesday and Wednesday at 5pm via Aidan Foley at