- Museum number
Admission tickets to operas, ballets etc. Text within  indicates hand-written notes.
C,2.1385 and 1387: A single ticket with two vignette illustrations, separated into two down the centre; the lettering across both reads "This Ticket admit either / one Gentleman or two Lady's", and below "ASSE / MBLY", and "Thursday M / arch ye 13th"; on the left a man seated painting in a forest, with Fame to the right, and a Muse to the left holding a wreath over his head, two swans in river before him; to the right a draped woman seated writing in open book with lyre at her feet looks up towards an Angel in the clouds; a bee hiver to the left.
C,2.1386: Benefit ticket, "For the Benefit of Signor Pacchierotti, at the Kings Theate Hay Market, on Thursday the 11th of March 1779, will be perform'd a serious Opera, Tickets 10.6 to be had at Signor Pacchierotti, No. 232 Piccadilly"; a boy'd head in laurel wreath at top centre with garlands, and at bottom a collection of musical instruments. "H. Mutlow sculpsit".
C,2.1388: Benefit ticket, "For the Benefit of Signor Pacchierotti, at the Kings Theatre Hay Market, on THursday the 7th of March 1782, will be perform'd as Serious Opera, Tickets 102.6d to be had No.8 Great Marylebone Street. Decorated with flourishes, branches, and baskets of fruit. "Darling ft Newport st". Printed in green ink.
C,2.1389: Benefit ticket, "For the Benefit of Signor Pacchierotti. At the King's Theatre Hay Market on Thursday the 6th of March 1783 will be perform'd a Serious Opera. Tickets 10.6 to be had at No.8 Great Marylebone Street", in oval of flowers. "W. Darling ft Newport St". Printed in blue ink.
C,2.1390: Ticket, "Opera House Subscribers Ticket", left blank, in rectangular frame of laurel.
C,2.1391: Benefit ticket, "Kings THeatre, for the Benefit of Sigr. Marchesi, Thursday May 1st 1788. Pit 102.6d", in oval of palms with cluster of instruments at base. "Stongitharm Sc / Tickets to be had of Sir Marchesi & of Mr Johnson No.37 Upper James Street Golden Square, Union Court Hay Market". Printed in red and black ink.
C,2.1392: Admisson ticket to the opera, "Second Gallery, 3. Shills", in rectangular frame with garlands, vase in oval, and roses. "Strongitharm Sc No.127 Pall Mall".
C,2.1393: Admission ticket to the opera, "Pit 102.6d", on banner at top "King's Theatre", with vase and garlands.
C,2.1394: Admission ticket to the opera, "2d. Gally", in rectangular frame with oak and palm branches. "Strongitharm Pall Mall Sc".
C,2.1395: Admission ticket, "[King's Theatre, 11th January 1800. Admit the bearer to an Orchestra this evening. W. Taylor. Conduct the bearer to the place]".
C,2.1396: Benefit ticket, a putto standing on a cloud holding a banner inscribed "For the Benefit of Mr Savoia", in oval. Stipple printed in red ink. Dated by Banks 1782.
C,2.1397: Benefit ticket, "King's Theatre, For the BEnefit of Signor Hus, Ballet Master, THursday May 17th 1787", in cartouche with wreath, garlands, and musical instruments.Printedin gren ink.
- Production date
Height: 122 millimetres
Height: 60 millimetres
Width: 102 millimetres (largest)
Width: 79 millimetres (smallest)
- Curator's comments
- On the original mount.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number