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image volume 42/158

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volume 42/158


[2] Working drawing for door beside the stair, 17 September 1788


Elevation/section labelled Floor of Staircase, door next drawg Room 10:6¼, door next Staircase 7:9 with a wall panel 7:9 high and dado 2:9¼ high


as above, Lees Court. and dimensions given

Signed and dated

Sepr 17. 1788

Medium and dimensions

Brown pen, hatching on laid paper with one fold mark (323 x 198)


SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect


lion with arrows within a crowned roundel inscribed pro rege et patria



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