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image SM 62/8/30

Reference number

SM 62/8/30

Purpose

[3] Design for a two and a half-storey lodge

Aspect

Ground floor plan and front elevation

Scale

(plan) bar scale of 1/16 inch to 1 foot (elevation) bar scale of 1/8 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

The Right Honble Lord Ducie

Signed and dated

Lincolns Inn Fields Novr 1796
Lincolns Inn Fields Novr 1796

Medium and dimensions

Pen, raw umber, sepia and light red washes, shaded with single ruled border on thin laid paper with 1 crease mark (370 x 482)

Hand

Soane office hand (no entry in Day Book)

Watermark

IV fleur de lis

Notes

The twin lodges have each a stretched quadrant plan with a room and a hallway with stair. The elevation is two bays wide with the outer bay buttressed and extended into a turret with castellation supported by a corbel course.

Level

Drawing

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