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Theatre handbill, single sheet, 510 x 125 mm. With an attractive woodcut of “Mr. Ducrow’s Favourite Scene on Three Horses.” One closed tear and some very minor chipping well away from the print. Mostly equestrian in nature this bill for over dozen acts also includes a tight rope artist who will “turn a Somerset! And alight on the rope.”, together with “a celebrated drama called the Blood Stain’d Scarf; or, True Blue Triumphant.”
Title: ...For the Benefit of Mr and Master Bridges Who beg leave to assure the Public that every Novelty will be introduced to render the Entertainment worthy of their Patronage. The performance will commence with a Grand Melo-dramtic Equestrian Spectacle...
Publisher: Amphitheatre, printed by Melling and Co, Pool Lane, March 24, 1831.:
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Seller ID: 39512