Handbill features woodcut image in center of glass artist working at table surrounded by four ladies and one man watching him; miniature pieces of glass are on display on table and a spinning wheel used to spin glass rests at table's left. Text appears below image including description of a "magnificent ship... the largest and best model ever made in this country", a model of the "Lord Mayor's coach, with six horses", a hydraulic skeleton "kept in continual motion by itself, showing how the blood passes through the different channels of the human frame" and glass spinning. Featured for sale are vases, chandeliers, and other items. Exhibition took place in Brighton.
Sent to West Lake Conservators Ltd. January 2015 for conservation.
Digitized in-house April 2014 for inclusion in Fellows newsletter article.
Sent to photography December 2014 for inclusion in Notable Acquisitions 2014 (photography no. 1000142948).
Two engravings affixed on verso, one atop the other, labeled "Hackney Church" and "Pentilly Castle, on the River Tamar" respectively. Strip of blue paper affixed along left edge of verso. Remnants of letter affixed to upper edge.
Handbill removed from contemporary album.