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Biglietto stagionale per il teatro

Ivory ticket of admission to Astley's Royal Amphitheatre in Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth. The ticket admits two to a box hired in the name of J James and would have been valid for repeat admissions to the circus throughout the season.

Ivory Subscription Ticket, 1794 (TS 553.801) Harvard Theatre Collection

1794 Ivory Subscription Ticket for Harvard Theatre Collection

Admission tickets to the Royal Academy of London lectures and other events, 1812-1864, bulk 1812-1820. Spencer Bickerton collection. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Thomas J. Watson Library (b17234098)

Admission tickets to the Royal Academy of London lectures and other events, bulk Spencer Bickerton collection. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Ticket admitting two to a theatre Box at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

Ticket admitting two to a theatre Box at the Theatre royal, Drury Lane - Covent garden, London

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[Ca. 1800 Miss Dietrichsen Music Teacher Trade Card] Harp Playing Ladies Pemberley.com

The Regency World of author Lesley-Anne McLeod: Regency Education -- The books they used to teach.

Engraved theatre ticket giving admission to Mr. Stokes's Benefit at Theatre Royal Drury Lane on 10 June 1808.

1808 June Engraved theatre ticket giving admission to Mr. Stokes's Benefit at Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

18th Century Entertainment Ephemera - Ticket of Drury Lane Theatre, 1778

Century Entertainment Ephemera - Ticket of Drury Lane Theatre, 1778

Ivory Entrance Ticket For Vauxhall. 1808.  This is the pass of Lloyds Evening Post, one of London's leading evening newspapers. It admits two people to the gardens.

Ivory Entrance Ticket For Vauxhall. This is the pass of Lloyds Evening Post, one of London's leading evening newspapers.

An Educational Game of Vice & Virtue, 1818 "The New Game of Virtue Rewarded and Vice Punished"

Regency board game - The New Board Game of Virtue Rewarded and Vice Punished, via 2 Nerdy History Girls

How to play Whist Party Card Game  Website of Kristen Koster, Regency Romance Author

A Regency Primer on How to Play Whist

How to play Whist Party Card Game Website of Kristen Koster, Regency Romance Author

Ivory ticket for the Duke of York's box at the King's Theatre in London's Haymarket for the 1804/5 opera season. It shows that he had Pit Box 4 which seated 6 people, so would have contained 6 arm-chairs. Six passes like this would have been issued, the details engraved, and the recesses filled with dark red ink. Originally this ivory would have been round or oblong but it has been carved into a quatrefoil shape. The Duke of York in 1804 was Prince Frederick 2nd son of King George III

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Quatrefoil ivory token for the King's Theatre, London; pass for the pit box rented by H.H the Duke of York for the opera season Museum Number

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