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image SM Adam volume 46/149

Reference number

SM Adam volume 46/149

Purpose

[3] Record drawing for a cottage, 1777

Aspect

Plan and elevation of a small square building, divided into two rooms, one including a staircase, and with a porch on the principal front and a projecting bay on the rear front. The elevation of the principal front shows one storey and three bays, a pantiled pyramidal roof with a central chimney-stack, windows with leaded lights, and a central semicircular arched entrance

Scale

bar scale of 1/4 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

Cottage for the Duke of Bolton for Hackwood

Signed and dated

Adelphi / June 8 1777

Medium and dimensions

Pen within a single ruled border on laid paper (459 x 372)

Hand

James Adam

Literature

Bolton, 1922, Volume II, Index p. 15
For a full list of literature references see scheme notes.

Level

Drawing

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