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Front page of The Mirror, or, Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, 29 July 1837, illustrated with an etching entitled 'Ascent of the Vauxhall Balloon and Mr. Cocking's Parachute.' The etching shows the last fatal balloon ascent of Robert Cocking (1776-1837). Gabrielle Enthoven Collection.
Poster advertising entertainments at the Royal Gardens Vauxhall in the week beginning the 1st of September 1851
Poster advertising entertainments at the Royal Gardens Vauxhall, London, in the week beginning the 26th of July 1847
Poster advertising Grand Summer Fete and entertainments at the Royal Vauxhall Gardens, London, 1842
Poster advertising Grand Military and Musical Entertainment and entertainments at the Royal Vauxhall Gardens, the week beginning the 6th of August?
Poster advertising A Grand Gala at the Vauxhall Gardens, 1842
Poster advertising Cirque Imperial and entertainments at the Royal Vauxhall Gardens, the week beginning the 30th of June 1856
Poster advertising entertainments and featuring the Burmese Empire at the Royal Vauxhall Gardens, London, the week beginning the 4th of July 1853
Engraving, with accompanying newspaper cutting, depicting Fireworks at Vauxhall Gardens, London, 1845
Engraving, with accompanying newspaper cutting, depicting fireworks at Vauxhall Gardens, London, 1846
Print, a view of Vauxhall Gardens, London. Hand-coloured aquatint by Robert Pollard and Francis Jukes, after a drawing by Thomas Rowlandson, 1785.
Model of Vauxhall Gardens as it appeared circa 1751. Scale of 1:150.
Henry Sydney Barton. 1 of 46 sketches (22), tracings (23) and a finished watercolour of Old Vauxhall Gardens, contained in an album. London, July 1859.
Portrait miniature in watercolour and pencil depicting Thomas Tyers, by Ozias Humphry. Great Britain, ca. late 18th century.
Fan made of printed paper and bone sticks, England, dated 25th November, 1788
Poster advertising The Final Masquerade at Vauxhall Gardens, London, 8 September 1842. Letter