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Admission tickets and notice to concerts. Text within  indicates handwritten notes:
J,9.458: Benefit ticket, "Hanover Square. For the Benefit of Sigr Mortellari, on Friday May 18th 1787, Venus & Adonis, A Cantata written by J. Giannini LLD the music entirely new, by Sigr Mortellari. Peculiary adapted to the voices of Sig Rubinelli Miss Mahon, and Mrs Billington with a full band and corusses, to begin at half past seven o'clock. Tickets 10/6 each to be had of Messrs Longman & Broderip, No.13, Haymarket"; in cartouche of palms and laurel, with putti playing violin and reading sheet music.
J,9.459: Concert ticket, "Willis's Rooms, Vocal Concert. Second Subscription / No.[82 / S Harrison C. Knyvett]", and at top "[The Earl of Exeter]"; decorated with clusters of musical instruments and irradiating woman's head. "W. Simpkins sculp". Printed in green ink.
J,9.460: Concert ticket, "Mr Wm. Tibbs's Annual Concert", in oval cartouche with branch of laurel, and putto holding violine and bow, reading sheet music. "J. Ibbetson pint / J Thornthwait sc". Dated by Banks 1789.
J,9.461: Notice/advertisement for the "Grand Morning Concert, at Brandenburgh House / Madame Boom and Mr Leander most respectfully beg leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and their Friends, that their Morning Concert is fixed for Friday, May 28, 1813, at Her Serene Highness's the Margravine of Anspach. April 20, 1813. / Further particulars will shortly be announced. / Tickets to be had of Madame Boom, No.7, Richmond Buildings, Soho; and of Mr Leander, No.20, Norfolk Street, Fitzroy Square".
J,9.462: Concert ticket, "Willis's Rooms, Vocal Concert. 1792. Subscribers Ticket / [S Harrison C. Knyvett]", and at top "[Earl of Exeter]"; decorated with clusters of musical instruments and irradiating woman's head.
J,9.463: Benefit ticket, "Tottenham Street" at top, and on oval held by angels in the clouds "For the Benefit of Sigra Storace", and below "Wednesday may 14th 1788", and "C. B. Cipriani invt / J. Reading sculp", and "[No.30]". Printed in red ink.
J,9.464: Concert ticket, left blank "King's Theatre / Pantheon / admit the Bearer". With "Darling & Thompson ft Newport Street". Dated by Banks 1797. Printed in red and black ink.
J,9.465: Concert ticket, "Proprietors Ticket / No._ Pantheon 1790".On decorative plaque.
J,9.466: Ball ticket, "Pantheon Ball 1782 Subscribers Ticket", on oval. Printed in green ink.
J,9.467: Concert ticket, "Mr Beckwith's Concert" on scroll at top of oval, with garland, around Apollo in the clouds, with lyre, anad organ behind. "Ninham / [Dec: 4 1792]". Stipple.
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Height: 227 millimetres (largest)
Height: 62 millimetres (smallest)
Width: 187 millimetres
Width: 87 millimetres
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- On the original mount.
- Not on display
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