Vauxhall Garden Ticket 1828, scarce
Now only £725
Great Britain, London, Silver Ticket or Pass issued by Vauxhall Garden for entry to the Spanish Fete in July 1828, obverse Lyre between oak branches PARQUE ARGENTINO, reverse festoon of flowers, diam. 32mm (Davis & Waters 320).
Vauxhall Gardens was a Pleasure Garden in existance from the mid-17th Century to the mid-19th Century. It was situated in Kennington (London) on the South Bank of the River Thames.
Good extremely fine with some lustre and very attractive, scarce.