Mary Kean, wife of Edmund Kean, signs a bank notice which states that she received £126 from the bank of Coutts & Co. Back of note contains cut-off stamps, a watermark, and possibly an address with a name.
Kean, Charles John, 1811?-1868; Letters; Meetings; Signatures (Writing); Watermarks
Kean writes a letter to Mr. Lloyds to change the date of an appointment he had previously made to meet with him. Letter is both torn and wrinkled. The letter contains the watermark "Joy." Watermark appears to be partially cut-off.
In a letter from Liverpool, Manifold confirms that Charles Kean will not be able to continue his theatre performances for an extended amount of time because of a heart illness. Letter contains a cut-off watermark. Watermark is printed as: "Joyn"...