- Museum number
Thirty-one Admission tickets and a letter addressed to Sarah Sophia Banks, dated 1707-1815. Partially transcribed,  indicates hand-written notes:
Etching and engraving
C,2.65: 'Ball, for the Master of Ceremonies, Friday 9th January, 1801'
C,2.66: Set in landscape; 'Admit a Lady to the London Tavern on the 12th Nov 1777'
C,2.67: Message held by a man and woman; 'Danl M Inlyres No 5' 
C,2.68: 'Exeter Street Sloane Street / Assembly / Admit [Geo Nicoll Esr] / on Wednesday 2d Jan 93 / To begin at 7 o'clock Children not admitted'
C,2.69: as above, printed in red, addressed to Mrs Nicoll
C,2.70: 'Proprietors No Pantheon 1790 Ticket'
C,2.71: set within sheet decorated by by images of bells and bulging sacks; 'Black Rock Assembly / Ball & Supper / at Mequignons'; 
C,2.72: Oval, printed in green; 'Pantheon Ball / 1782 / Subscribers Ticket'
C,2.73: Admission ticket to Gloucester House, wiht image of house above; 'Gloucester House / Deeble Sculp / 1795 / Winter subscription / promenade / not transferable'
C,2.74: 'Almacks / March 15'; 
C,2.75: Lettered within cape held by angel; 'First Assembly F / Silvester sc 27 Strand'; 
C,2.76: As C,2.75, replacing F with 'Set A'
C,2.77: As C,2.75, replacing F with 'A'
C,2.78: Several players at foot of stairs leading to enthroned figure, sat beneath canopy; 'Renelagh House Thursday May 15th a Ball / The Doors to be opened at nine'; [1791 (old)]
C,2.79: 'Warwick Assemblies / will be held / on the following days...' with dates from October 1808- February 1809
C,2.80: In cartouche surmounted by three dancing musicians; 'A Ball' [At the Blue Boar in Holborn Friday Febr 6th 1707 5 O'Clock] / 'Jo Godwin'
C,3.81: Printed in green; 'Chester Exchange Assembly / No 22 / 1792 / Murray Sculp'
C,3.82: 'Half Moon Assembly / Admit / one Gentleman / Minuets to begin at Seven Country Dances at 8 o'clock precisely'; 
C,3.83: 'Admit / to the / Ward Ball / at the Coal Exchange Tavern / on [Friday] the  day of March 1787 / Woodman & Mutlow Sculp'
C,2.84: 'An Assembly / for the benefist of the / Ward School / (Cripplegate within) / At Mr Marriotts the Pauls Head / Tavern, Cateaten Street / on Wednesday the 15 of Jary 1794 / Ticket 7 6 / to admit a Gentleman & Lady or Two Ladies...'
C,2.85: A woman in classical dress and sandals, seated on boulder, holding tragic mask and supporting a plinth lettered: 'Mr King's Ball'; 'Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street / On Thursday March 30 1780 / To begin at 6 o'clock'; 1780
C,2.86: 'Carlisle House / On Guinea'; [1790 (old)]
C,2.87: Scroll of paper opened by six putti; 'Amicable Assembly / Crown & Anchor Tavern...'; 
C,2.88: Printed in red; in border, decorated with flowers and a violin: 'For the / Benefit of Sirnr Degiardino / at the Great Room in Dean Street / Friday May 11th 1753 / will be performed a Concert of / Vocal & Instrumental Music / Tickets 10 6'
C,2.89: Decorated with sheet music, musical instruments and irradiated bust of woman; 'Highgate Assembly / Lady's Ticket ...'; 
C,2.90: Printed in red; 'New Assembly Rooms / Master of the Ceremonies / Ball / Monday 16th Jany 1815'
C,2.91: 'First Public Day, / Saturday First of Mary / Music at 2 / Dinner at 5 / and Dancing till 12 / Hans Place...' '1813'
C,2.92: Manuscript letter addressed to Sarah Sophia Banks sending her a selection of cards for her collection; May 3, 1813
C,2.93: Printed in blue, similar to C,2.90: 'New Assembly Rooms / Master of the Ceremonies / Ball, / Monday 5th of Jany, 1807 / Admission Ticket / Brook Engraver to the Royal Family, 302, Strand, London'
C,2.94: Printed in blue, same as C,2.89, with added, bottom right: 'To be paid for'
C,2.95: A dancing woman set in oval, surrounded by flags, military paraphernalia and the three feathers of the Prince of Wales; printed in red; 'London Tavern'; 
C,2.96: A woman dancing to trumpets placed by two nude boys; 'Gentleman's Ticket / Amicable Assembly / Crown & Anchor Tavern ... / Silvester sc 27 Strand'
- Producer name
Print made by: John Strongitharm (C,2.65)
Print made by: Thomas Deeble (C,2.73)
Print made by: Silvester (C,2.75-77, 87, 96)
Print made by: George Murray (? C,2.81)
Print made by: Thomas Jones Woodman (C,2.83)
Print made by: Henry Mutlow (? C,2.83, 85)
Print made by: R Scott (? C,2.93)
- Production date
Height: 172 millimetres (largest)
Height: 64 millimetres (smallest)
Width: 141 millimetres
Width: 47 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- In original folder marked: 'Balls. &c'
- Not on display
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number