- Museum number
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 Mayor". Printed in red and black ink.
C,2.1149: Ticket, "Admit on person to the Dinner at Guildhall, on Monday the 9th of NOvr 1801 / The Right Honble Sir John Eamer Knt Lord Mayor. William Rawlins 7 Robt ALbion Cox Esqrs Sheriffs. No admittance till 3 o'Clock". Signed by the chairman. At top large vignette of Britannia seated with sword and shield, over chained dragon, with the figures of Peace and Plenty standing to the left, with cornucopia and olive branch, with two dancing putti. The facade of Guildhall in background. "Corbould sculpsit 37 Foster Lane". Stamped with seal.
C,2.1150: Ticket, left blank, to a dinner with the Lord Mayor; with elaborately decorated border involving sailing ships, dragons, and Britannia, with sword, sceptre, and cornucopia. Annotated by Banks "[a late Lord Mayors Ticket]".
C,2.1151: Ticket, "The Dinner April 21st 1783. The Right Honble Nathl Newnham, Lord Mayor", on sheet held by putto, and woman with sword and shield and castellated crown, with objects of trade and industry, and vines along top, and on banner "Mansion House". "W. Wells sculp Fleet Street". Stipple
- Production date
- 1780-1801 (c.)
Height: 165 millimetres
Height: 291 millimetres
Width: 340 millimetres (largest)
Width: 213 millimetres (smallest)
- Curator's comments
- Loose - located with C,2.1143-5.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
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