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image SM 59/180

Reference number

SM 59/180

Purpose

[9] ' Design No 1' for a two and a half-storey lodge

Aspect

Elevation next the Road with plan

Scale

bar scale of (equivalent to) 1½ inches to 10 feet

Inscribed

as above, The Right Honble Lord Ducie and Design No 1

Signed and dated

Lincolns Inn Fields Novr 1796

Medium and dimensions

Pen, red and blue washes, shaded on laid paper (378 x 460) affixed to p.180 of volume 59

Hand

Soane office

Notes

Labelled 'Design No.1' as is drawing [6] this' Elevation next the Road' does not however complement the ' Elevation of the Back Front' (of [6]) for though the gates are the same, the windows and buttresses are different.

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Drawing

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