Broadside advertising the Great Bohemian Troup of Fancy Glass Blowers in Rand's Hall, Troy, in October 1869. Broadside promises that the troupe is the "largest in the world, and is composed of the following talented artists": C. H. Carling; T. R. Hutchinson; Oliver Locke; Frank Vaughan, violinst and prompter; Alex Fraser; Edward Hopkins; W. McKenzie Forbes; and Albert T. Carr, harpist.
"One of the prominent features of this exhibition is the working of the glass steam engine, Queen of Beauty, which is the largest specimen of glass work in the world!"
Previously framed artwork; unframed September 2008.
Item number 35.
Sent to West Lake Conservators Ltd. January 2015 for conservation.