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Reference number

SM 6/4/37


[9]+[8verso] Designs for ground floor


Ground floor plan of polite part of house, two plans of the three south-west rooms, plan of room with concentric (?) arms, (pencil) perspective view of (?) drawing room (verso) part plan of chamber floor, room plan


Aynho, labelled Liby, dr, Vestibule, Recess / to / ---, Clos[et], Eatg, door, Sal[oon], Drawing Rm, Green house, Billiards, ----- Colm, Mr Cartwright / Room, Qy [query] Strong Clos / Powderg Cl[oset] / Water [closet] (verso) a. light over door / B reuse door / C take dress. R[oom], Lobby, Dr[essin]g

Signed and dated

Sat[urday] Novr 2d 1799

Medium and dimensions

Brown pen, pencil on laid paper (321 x 399)


Sir John Soane (1753 - 1837)


J Larking 1796



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