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Tickets, invitations and ballads, largely associated with London Companies. Text within  indicates hand-written notes:
C,2.608: Ticket, "Fishmongers London / This ticket admits Mr [Barron] (on the invitation of Mr [C.P.Brown]) to Dinner at Fishmongers Hall on [Thursday] the [14th] Day of [April] 17 at 3 o'Clock", with names of beadles, and arms of the company at top centre, hand-coloured.
C,2.609: Ticket, "Fishmongers London / This ticket admits Mr [Reed] (on the invitation of Mr [Richd Sharp]) to Dinner at Fishmongers Hall on [Wednesday] the [25th] Day of [March] 17 at 3 o'Clock", with names of beadles, and arms of the company at top centre. Printed in red ink.
C,2.610: Invitation/ticket, "Sir, Your Company is desired to Dine with the Master, Wardens, and Court of Assistants of the Worshipful Company of Musicians, at the _ at three o'Clock in the Afternoon precisely. _ Master", with large engraving of armorial shield of the company, rococo side borders dotted with flowers, and instruments at bottom, with "you are requir'd to bring this Ticket for your admittance as none but the Livery will be admitted". Printed in red and black ink.
C,2.611: Ticket to the Stationers Company; their coat of arms shown as armorial shield held by two trumpeting angels, and motto "verbum domini manet in eternum". At bottom "B. Baker Sculpt". Inscribed by Banks "Ticket to the Stationers Company, being their Arms".
C,2.612: Ticket/invitation, "Your Company is particularly requested to meet the proprietors of the British Cast Plate Glass Manufactory at their House in Albion Place, on Wednesday the [14th] day of March precisely at Twelve o'Clock to audit the Company's Accounts, to chuse Officers, for the year ensuing and afterwards to Dine together at the London Tavern [on the Wednesday ensuing being the 21st]". At top a view of workers outside the factory, and below a cross section of the factory, with windmill to the right. At top "[P. Glass Company]".
C,2.613: The same ticket as C,2.612, left blank.
C,2.614: Ticket, "This Ticket Admits one person to Dine with the Worshipful Company of Needle Makers, [at Canonbury House 29th ins at four precisely]". At top the armorial shield of the company hanging from ribbon, surrounded by garlands of flowers in oval of laurel. Dated by Banks 1803.
C,2.615: Ticket, "Society from Christ's Hospital, [At the White Hart Tavern Bishopsgate Street on Monday] the  day of [October 1785]. Dinner at 3 o'Clock. Ticket [5s]". Bust portrait of Edward VI at top in roundel supported by two students of Christ's Hospital wearing bands, and on banner "Lo Edward's Great & Hnour'd name Oblivion chases not with the dead, but ever lives".
C,2.616: Ticket, "The Anniversary Dinner of the Society, will be held at the London Tavern Bishopsgate Street on the 17th day of March 1788"; at top centre in oval topped with crown "Benevolent Society of St Patrick", with allegorical figures seated either side, one with harp and wheel, the other with lion, anchor and shield with Union Jack. Printed in blue ink. Stamped with seal.
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Height: 263 millimetres
Height: 91 millimetres
Width: 185 millimetres (largest)
Width: 63 millimetres (smallest)
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- On the original mount.
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