Original Broadside Advertising Appearances by Junius Brutus Booth at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden in March 1817.

London, 1817. Item #98-2780

12.5 x 7.25, with some chipping at top (clipping most of "T" in "Theatre"), ink numbers along right margins, some toning, some light printing, reverse with other broadside. "Mr. Booth" appears as Sir Giles Overreach in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts" (with "Mr. Barrymore" as Lord Lovel); at bottom are two mentions of Monday's performance of King Richard the Third with Mr. Booth in title role. This was John Wilkes Booth's father. Broadside would look handsome framed.

Price: $350.00

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