- Museum number
Admission tickets to exhibitions and balls. Text within  indicates hand-written notes.
C,2.735: Ticket, "Private View of the collection of Pictures of the late Sir Lawrence Dundas Bart at Messrs Greenwoods Leicester Square on Thursday the 22 May & two followg days", lettering on curtain held upon by angel holding paint brushes. Dated by Banks 1794.
C,2.736: Admission ticket to fivist the Four Armories, with signatures, on 1st November 1802.
C,2.737: Ticket, lettered on oval supported by putto "The New Picture Gallery", a woman to the right holding palette and brushes, a putto to the elft holding pen up to oval, supported on table with scallop sheel at bottom centre with date 1795; books and objects of art and sculpture on table. "[Earl of Besborough]".
C,2.738: Ticket, "Free Admission for [Mrs Nicol & Company] to view the European Museum, King Street, St James's Square, every day during the fourth grand exhibition, which will continue until the latter end of May 1792", red letterpress printed within engraved frame of palm leaves, clouds, and putti. "Skelton sc 23 Hay Market".
C,2.739: Ticket, "A Private View of Count Schulenberg's Collection of Pictures, at Mr Christie's Pall Mall, will be on Friday and Saturday the 7th and 8th of April 1775", a mezzotint and engraving, with putto seated next to artist's palette, blowing trumpet, with lettering "To the Lovers of the virtu".
C,2.740: Ticket, "Miss Kirchgessner's Exhibition and performance on the Grand Harmonica / No. 57 Poland Street Golden Square, evry day (Sund except) from 1 till 3 & from 7 till 8 o'Clock. Admittance 52 every person", at top a lyre, laurel wreath and sheet music irradiating in the clouds with "Celestial Music"; in border patterned with flowers.
C,2.741: Invitation, "Card of INvitation, to be seen by permission several Paintings by Mr Stroehling, cabinet painter to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. / The Exhibition Commences the 10th of June & will continue 14 days. The Rooms will beopen from 12 til 5, Sundays excepted. No.13, Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square". Dated by Banks June 1808.
C,2.742: Ticket, "Free Admission for [Mrs Finch & Company] to view the European Museum, King Street, St James's Square, every day during the fourth grand exhibition, which will continue until the latter end of May 1792", red letterpress printed within engraved frame of palm leaves, clouds, and putti. "Skelton sc 23 Hay Market".
C,2.743: Ticket, "Ticket of Admission to Bullock's Museum", lettered on pedestal in garden, with urn and seated woman in drapery, surrounded by trees and shrubs.
C,2.744: Ticket, "Admit the bearer and company to a private view of Pictures, May 22 & 23 which will be sold on Saturday 26 inst at the Larger auction room in King Street St James's Square", in architectural frame with two half length figures, and garlands.
C,2.745: Ticket, "Mrs Dards begs leave to inform her friends in particular & the public in general that after a labour of 30 years she has for their inspection & amusement opened an exhibition of shell work consisting of a great variety of beautiful objects equal to nature which are minutely described in the catalogue. Likewise from a new system is enabled to gratify them / With bones, scales and eyes from the prawn to the porpoise / fruit, flies, birds and flower, O strange Metamorphos!", with opening times, and "No.52 Bank Side Southwark"; decorated with border of shells, flowers, insects, and fish.
C,2.746: Ticket, the God of Health shown as a female figure with snake wrapped around arm drops flowers into a burning sacrifice on altar inscribed "Opera House / Ball given by the Club at Brookes's upon the joyful event of His Majesty's Happy Recovery / 21st April Anno Domini 1789"; putti in the air above carrying banner "God Save the King". Stamped with seal.
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Height: 295 millimetres
Height: 77 millimetres
Width: 225 millimetres (largest)
Width: 115 millimetres (smallest)
- Curator's comments
- On the original mount.
- Not on display
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- Prints and Drawings
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