Front shows a group of children skating at the indoor rink on roller skates.
Verso states that the rink was in Ingestre Street. There were two sessions daily. Admission was one shilling, and "a large corps of polite and gentlemanly attaches are in attendance and efficient teachers are always ready to instruct beginners in the art of skating, free of charge".
Exhibited in ‘Humble: the life of 100 small objects’, exhibition curated by Barbara Lyon, in the Turnbull Gallery, National Library of New Zealand, 27 August - 17 November 2017.
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Physical Description: Lithograph, and text on ticket, 70 x 114 mm.
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- 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) and text on ticket., Ephemera, Lithographs, Advertisements, Lithograph, and text on ticket, 70 x 114 mm., Orientation: Horizontal image
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