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Ticket | Museum of London "Ivory ticket of admission to Astley's Royal Amphitheatre in Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth. The ticket admits two to a box hired in the name of J James and would have been valid for repeat admissions to the circus throughout the season. One one side is marked 'admit two box' on the reverse is the holder's name 'J James'. ..." These would be a nice detail to recreate for a Regency event! Of course not on ivory. :-)
"The Covent Garden Jester" - A Joke Book printed in the latter half of the 18th Century under various names, rehashing old material, puns, adding fresh jokes, sayings and anecdotes to each new volume.
Port Royal Collection, Museums of History and Ethnography, Institute of Jamaica
Royal Naval uniform, England, 1748-58, brass, linen, wood , wool. This frockcoat of a midshipman is quite similar to the lieutenant's undress frock. However, the sleeves feature a white boot cuff divided by a three-pointed flap of blue wool. This was known as the 'mariner's cuff' and came directly from the occupational dress of sailors. By the mid-18th century it was also incorporated into fashionable dress, featuring on both men's suit coats and women's riding habits. National Maritime Museum
HMS Victory - Nelson's flagship