Tickets to dine with the Lord Mayor. Text within  indicates hand-written notes:
C,2.1146: Ticket, left blank, with four putti dancing in centre, in oval of laurel branches, with a woman in drapery holding garland to the left, and a man in drapery playing lyre to the right; a sword and sceptre at top.
C,2.1147: Ticket, the same plate as C,2.1146, but lettered "Admit one person to the Dinner at Guildhall, on Friday the 9th Novr 1792 / The Rt Hon Sir Jas Sanderson Knt Lord Mayor / Alexr Brander Esqr & Sir Benjn Tebbs Knt Sheriffs", and inscribed "[Alex Brander / Jas Sanderson / Benj Tebbs]".
C,2.1148: Ticket, "Admit _ to the Dinner at Guildhall, on Monday the 10th Novr 1794", within oval entwined with vines with armorial shields, a sword, and sceptre at top, cornucopias below with "John Eamer Esq Robt Burnett Esq Sheriffs / No admittance till three nor after six o'Clock. N.B. This ticket is not transerable." At top on banner "The Rt Honble Thomas Skinner Lord … (See Merlin record for full description)
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