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Sheet music - <i>The Barber's Daughter of I'll Throw Myself Off London Bridge</i>
  • The Barber's Daughter of I'll Throw Myself Off London Bridge
    Concanen, Alfred
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The Barber's Daughter of I'll Throw Myself Off London Bridge

  • Object:

    Sheet music

  • Place of origin:

    London (published)

  • Date:

    22/06/1872 (published)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Concanen, Alfred (lithographer)
    Hopwood & Crew (publisher)
    Stannard & Son (printer)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Colour lithograph, ink on paper. Intermediate pages composed of printed text.

  • Credit Line:

    Gabrielle Enthoven Collection

  • Museum number:

    S.4182-2013

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Sheet music and cover for The Barber's Daughter of I'll Throw Myself Off London Bridge as sung by Fred Coyne, written and composed by G.W Hunt. Published in London by Hopwood & Crew on June 22, 1872.

Physical description

Colour lithograph, sheet music cover and printed song sheets for The Barber's Daughter of I'll Throw Myself Off London Bridge

Place of Origin

London (published)

Date

22/06/1872 (published)

Artist/maker

Concanen, Alfred (lithographer)
Hopwood & Crew (publisher)
Stannard & Son (printer)

Materials and Techniques

Colour lithograph, ink on paper. Intermediate pages composed of printed text.

Dimensions

Width: 26 cm, Height: 35 cm

Descriptive line

Sheet music and cover for The Barber's Daughter of I'll Throw Myself Off London Bridge as sung by Fred Coyne, written and composed by G.W Hunt. Published in London by Hopwood & Crew on June 22, 1872.

Materials

Printing ink; Paper

Techniques

Printing; Chromolithography

Categories

Entertainment & Leisure; Prints

Collection

Theatre and Performance Collection

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