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Tickets to concerts and benefit performances. Text within  indicates hand-written notes:
C,2.522: Ticket, to "The King's Theatre in the Hay Market [April the 3d] 177". A family concert outside a thatched cottage with a boy blowing a trumpet accompanying his sister who sings from a sheet, while the parents look on; in frame wrapped in garlands, with lettering in cartouche at top. "F. Zuccarelli invt / G. Vitalba sculp".
C,2.523: Ticket for the New Musical Fund, in the Pantheon on Thursday March 27 1788, with Apollo on a cloud with his lyre, pouring coins from a purse into the apron of a woman standing in front of him, with two children, behind her a group do musicians; an organ beind Apollo; in oval with musical ornaments at top and drapery. "J. Ibbetson del / J. Thornthwaite sculp".
C,2.524: Ticket, "Under the patronage of His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence / Theatre Royal Hay-Market / for the Benefit of the / Choral Fund / Will be perform'd / A Grand Concert / To begin at 7 o'Clock. Box 5s"; two putti holding scroll with bust portrait of Handel in centre. In lower margin "Kirk del / J. Saunders Sc / Engrav'd for the Choral Fund Novr 20th 1796".
C,2.525: Ticket, to the "Great Room, King's Thatre Hay Market. For the Benefit of The New Musical Fund, on Thursday March 23d. 1809. / Will be performed a Grand Miscellaneous Concert of Vocal and Instrumental Music"; with garlands at top, and musical instruments at bottom. Dated by Banks 1810.
C,2.526: Ticket to the "King's Theatre, Hay Market, for the Benefit of the / New Musical Fund / On Thursday March 1st 1802 / Will be performed a Grand Miscellaneous Concert of Vocal & Instrumental Music". In oval of laurel, with instruments at top and bottom. Stamped with seal and numbere 285. Printed in blue ink
C,2.527: Ticket, the same as C,2.525, dated March 17th 1808, printed in red ink.
C,2.528: Ticket to the "King's Theatre, Hay Market, for the Benefit of the / New Musical Fund / On Thursday March 27th 1788 / Will be performed a Grand Miscellaneous Concert of Vocal & Instrumental Music". In oval of laurel, with instrumentsaround sides. At bottom "Pemberton sculpt 100 Long Acre". Stamped with seal and numbered 117. Printed in blue ink
C,2.529: Ticket, the same as C,2.523, dated Friday April 12th 1793.
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Height: 246 millimetres
Height: 63 millimetres
Width: 254 millimetres (largest)
Width: 92 millimetres (smallest)
- Curator's comments
- On the original mount.
See also 1875,0710.3092 .
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