TC155. [After Patience]
Jumbo Aesthetic Clarks O.N.T. Spool Cotton .
Halftone image of Oscar Wilde-like figure next to Jumbo in aesthetic
pose with a large sunflower reflecting the aesthetic craze created
by DOyly Cartes management of Oscar Wildes American
tour combined with the first US production of Patience. (3"
x 4¾") .....£20.00
TC158. The Mikado Miss Ulmar as "Yum-Yum" full colour lithograph card advertising Straiton & Storms Pinnacle Cigars. Top right and bottom left corner creases, surface wear to bottom left corner, diagonal crease across bottom right of card not affect main image. (3" x 5") .....£12.50
TC161. The Mikado Three Little Maids Full colour lithograph image of Kate Forster, Geraldine Ulmar and Geraldine St. Maur as the three little maids in the first official New York production advertising Lautz Bros. & Cos Pure and Healthy Soaps. Reverse advertises H. M. Ward of Gloversville, NY. Some tiny spots of colour loss, glue residue to reverse. (2¾" x 4¼") .....£10.00
TC162. The Mikado Pooh-Bah J&P Coats Best Six Cord, . Full colour image of Fred Billington as "Pooh-Bah" in the first official New York production, with quotation "I am so proud if I allowed My family pride to be my guide Youd never hear within your ear Coats Six Cord Thread stands at the head But family pride must be denied And set aside and mortified And so you hear within your ear Coats Six Cord Thread stands at the head." (2½ x 4½") See Hibbert, p.253. .....£12.00
TC163. The Mikado Katisha J&P Coats Best Six Cord, . Full colour image of Elsie Cameron as "Katisha" in the first official New York production, with quotation "There is music in the whirling of the spindle There is music that the clicking needle makes, And a sort of happy feeling Comes gently oer you stealing, - When you use Coats Thread that never kinks or breaks." (2½ x 4½") See Hibbert, p.253. .....£12.00
TC165. Guinness My Goodness! My Gilbert and Sullivan! Single page full colour illustration entitled "No Hanki-Panky" with a parody of "The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring". Trimmed and taken from Cheshire Life magazine, January 1962. .....£7.50