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Four framed original Victorian Lace-Paper Theatre Programmes or playbills for performances at Windsor Castle, with embossed Royal Coat of Arms, embossed and printed by Dobbs. Includes The Merchant of Venice (Dec. 28, no year cited), Hamlet (Jan. 11, 1849), The Stranger and Twice Killed (Jan. 18, 1849), and The Housekeeper and Sweethearts and Wives (Jan. 25, 1849). Archivally framed with new black mats and ebonized molded frames. Programs measure approximately 8-1/2" x 7" each; all frames measure 12-1/2" x 11. English, circa 1849. Condition: Each with light toning and a few scattered small stains, Merchant of Venice has a small area of loss at lower left side, overall very good condition.