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What's That For, Eh?

Sheet Music
late 19th century (published)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Sheet music cover for What's That For, Eh? written by W. T. Lytton, composed by George Le Brunn and sung by Marie Lloyd. Published in London by Francis, Day & Hunter, late 19th century.

Object details

Categories
Object type
TitleWhat's That For, Eh? (published title)
Materials and techniques
Chromolithograph, ink on paper
Brief description
Sheet music cover for What's That For, Eh? written by W. T. Lytton, composed by George Le Brunn and sung by Marie Lloyd. Published in London by Francis, Day & Hunter, late 19th century
Physical description
Colour sheet music cover for What's That For, Eh? as sung by Marie Lloyd. Includes printed music.
Dimensions
  • Height: 35.7cm
  • Width: 25.7cm
Credit line
Gabrielle Enthoven Collection
Subject depicted
Association
Literary references
  • What's That For, Eh?
  • I Know Now
  • What's That For, Eh? or, "I Know Now"
Summary
Sheet music cover for What's That For, Eh? written by W. T. Lytton, composed by George Le Brunn and sung by Marie Lloyd. Published in London by Francis, Day & Hunter, late 19th century.
Collection
Accession number
S.3898-2013

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Record createdOctober 10, 2013
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