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Playbills printed on silk, prefaced by note by Banks. Text within  indicates hand-written notes.
C,2.1674: Note by Banks, "[On Thursday June 6. 1799 when Their Majesties went to Drury Lane Theatre Mr Sheridan had 6 Play Bills & 6 songs taken of upon white sattin for the Royal Box. One of each after the play Greville brought to me]".
C,2.1675: Playbill printed on silk, at top the royal arms, and (printed in gold) "By Command of Their Majesties", and "Theatre Royal, Richmond Green / Friday, Octboer 22, 1802 / will be presented a comedy call'd / The Belle's Stratagem", with names of actors and characters, and "To which will be added a favourite comedy in three acts, call'd / The Miser", with further details.
C,2.1676: Playbill printed on silk, royal arms at top centre and "Theatre Royal Drury Lane / by Command of Their Majesties", for performances of Pizarro and The Wedding Day. At bottom "Vivant Rex et Regina".
C,2.1677: Playbill printed on silk, "Theatre Royal, Drury Lane / by command of Their Majesties / this present Wednesday, December 10th 1800 / their Majesties servants will act a comedy call the / School for Scandal", with name of characters and actors, and "After the play (by command) a musical farce3 called / Of Age Tomorrow", with further details. At end "Vivant Rex et Regina".
C,2.1678: Songsheet, printed on silk, with royal arms at top, and "Song in Pizarro, sung by Mrs Jordan, in the character of Cora, the words by Mr Sheridan", followed by lyrics only.
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Height: 320 millimetres
Height: 365 millimetres
Width: 225 millimetres (largest)
Width: 202 millimetres (smallest)
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