3 Royal Lottery Tickets Sold by Pudding & Co, Lucky Office, 1 Cornhill early 1800s - The Queen, Miss Forecast and Prunella Prim
The first Royal Lottery was in held in 1566. I wasn't paid off for three yearsin 1569. After the first lottery the government sold off the rights to sell tickets to brokers who hired agents. The last Royal lottery was held in 1826.. Three (3) different woodcut lottery tickets each depicting a woman who would benefit from winning the lottery. A rhyming verse tells each story concluding with how the lottery would change their fate. (Inventory #: 20128125)
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