- Museum number
Admission tickets to exhibitions and galleries etc. Text within  indicates hand-written notes:
C,2.667: Admission ticket to view Charles Harcourt Masters's Model of Bath; two classically dressed female figures standing in garden in front of arched gatehouse and fountain with plaque inscribed "Masters's Model of Bath". "Harcourt Masters Invt / Turner Sculpt / Bath Pubd as the Act Directs Feby 1st 1790". Stamped with seal. Hand-coloured stipple.
C,2.668: Admission ticket, "Admission to see Mr Wedgwood's Copy of The Portland Vase / Greek Street, Soho, between 12 o'Clock and 5", with image of the vase, in aquatint.
C,2.669: Admission ticket, "Admit the Bearer to see the Royal Mirror, 91 New Bond Street", in rectangular frame with decorative border.
C,2.670-674: Admission tickets to Merlin's Mechanical Museum, on Prince's Street, Hanover Square; Merlin seated next to table with globe, wearing pointed hat and gown, holding stick, in beaded roundel inscribed "Merlin Prince's Street Hanover Square", printed in either black, blue, red, or green, one hand-coloured. With "Milton F. Tower".
C,2.675: Admission ticket to an exhibition, "At Mr de Poggi's New Room, No.91, New Bond Street near Oxford Road, are now exhibiting Two Large Pictures Pinated by Mr Robert Cleveley of the Royal Navy, representing the Great and Important Victory obtained by the British Fleet, under the command of Earl Howe over the French, on the First of June, 1794", with image of Minerva seated on top of globe, holding helmet and palm leaves, writing on shield with horse head "Redeant Saturnia Regna". "London Published March 1. 1795 by A C de Poggi No.91 New Bond Street".
C,2.676: The same ticket as C,2.669.
C,2.677: Admission ticket to the same exhibition as C,2.675: "Lord Howe's victory, New Bond Street, 91. Subscriber's Ticket, not Transferable". Dated by Banks 1795.
C,2.678: The same ticket as C,2.675, with slightly altered lettering.
C,2.679: Ticket, "Aldborough Theatre, Stratford Place", with view of the front of the theatre from the street, in oval with decorative scalloped corners.
C,2.680: The same ticket as C,2.677. Dated by Banks 1795.
C,2.681: The same ticket as C,2.670-674, printed in blue ink. Dated by Banks 1791.
C,2.682: Ticket, "Weeks' Museum. Subscription Ticket one Guinea, Admits four, the non-subscription, only one at the same price. This Museum consists of a variety of figures, inert, active, seperate, combined, emblematic, and allegoric, on the principles of Mechanism. Accessu solis omnia Vigent, Recessu Torpent", in frame of palm and laurel, supported by a putto, an angel with trumpet, and a female figure drawing. At top "This Ticket may be renew'd at any period", and below "Titchborne Street, Haymarket / Rebecca del / Sallier sculp", and the note "T. Weeks most humbly solicits the nobility & gentry as early as possible to view his specimen, which is two temples, near seven feet high, supported by sixteen elephants, embellished with seventeen hundred pieces of jewellery, in the first stile of exquisite workmanship, abounding in scenes at once picturesque & pleasing. These two pieces, engaged for the emperor of China, at nine thousand pounds, may be seen every day from twelve to four, and from six to nine at 2s 6d each; this will bereturned to those whodo him the honor to subscribe, and a free admittance to see the specimen at pleasure". Dated by Banks 1800. Stipple, printed in red ink.
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Height: 153 millimetres
Height: 62 millimetres
Width: 210 millimetres (largest)
Width: 45 millimetres (smallest)
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- On the original mount.
- Not on display
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