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Reference number

SM volume 59/182


[8] Back elevation to drawing [7] with plan


Plan of the one Pair Floor and Elevation next the House


to a scale ( no bar scale given)


as above

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and red washes, shaded on laid paper (250 x 337), affixed to p.182 of volume 59


Soane office hand (no entry in Day Book)


The plan for each lodge is a quadrrant with the stair as a rectangular projection. The elevation corresponds with drawing [7] in it design for the gates rather than [6].



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