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Sheet Music - Stop Yer Tickling Jock!
  • Stop Yer Tickling Jock!
    Lauder, Harry, born 1870 - died 1950
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Stop Yer Tickling Jock!

  • Object:

    Sheet Music

  • Place of origin:

    London (published)

  • Date:

    ca. 19th century (published)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Lauder, Harry, born 1870 - died 1950 (composers)
    Lauder, Harry, born 1870 - died 1950 (lyricists)
    Folloy, Frank (lyricists)
    Kent, Sidney (lithographer)
    Unknown (publishers)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Chromolithograph. Intermediate pages composed of printed text.

  • Credit Line:

    Gabrielle Enthoven Collection

  • Museum number:

    S.4575-2013

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Music sheet for Stop Yer Tickling Jock! written by Harry Lauder & Frank Folloy, composed by Harry Lauder, published by unknown., ca. 19th century.

Physical description

Music sheet for Stop Yer Tickling Jock! written by Harry Lauder & Frank Folloy, composed by Harry Lauder, published by unknown., ca. 19th century.

Place of Origin

London (published)

Date

ca. 19th century (published)

Artist/maker

Lauder, Harry, born 1870 - died 1950 (composers)
Lauder, Harry, born 1870 - died 1950 (lyricists)
Folloy, Frank (lyricists)
Kent, Sidney (lithographer)
Unknown (publishers)

Materials and Techniques

Chromolithograph. Intermediate pages composed of printed text.

Dimensions

Height: 35 cm front cover approx, Width: 25 cm front cover

Descriptive line

Music sheet for Stop Yer Tickling Jock! written by Harry Lauder & Frank Folloy, composed by Harry Lauder, published by unknown., ca. 19th century

Materials

Paper; Ink

Techniques

Printing; Lithography

Categories

Entertainment & Leisure; Prints

Collection

Theatre and Performance Collection

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