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TITLE: Saville English Opera Company

CALL NUMBER: POS - TH - OPT .S67, no. 1a (C size)

[P&P] REPRODUCTION NUMBER: _ _ _ _ _ No known restrictions on publication. MEDIUM: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, colour ; 62 x 49 cm. CREATED/PUBLISHED: N.Y. : H.A. Thomas Lith. Studio, c1879. CREATOR:

  • H.A. Thomas Lith. Studio.


  • Sullivan, Arthur, Sir, 1842-1900.
  • Gilbert, W. S. (William Schwenck), 1836-1911.
  • Kendrick, C.
  • Saville & Lee.
  • Saville English Opera Company.


  • K14810(?) U.S. Copyright Office
  • Created by "H.A. Thomas Lith. Studio, 865 Broadway, N.Y.; copyright 1879 by H.A. Thomas."
  • Signed: Kendrick.
  • Saville & Lee, directors.
  • B&w version of poster: POS - TH OPT - .S67, no. 1 (C size).
  • Poster advertising operettas by Gilbert & Sullivan; includes Sorcerer, H.M.S. Pinafore, and Trial by jury.


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