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  • image SM 46/5/31

Reference number

SM 46/5/31


[35] Plan for first floor


Plan of the chamber floor


bar scale of 1/6 inch to 1 foot


as above, W.H.Fellowes Esqre, labelled Bed Chamber (twice), Bedroom (3 times), Dressing Room (3 times), Lobby (3 times), Housemaid's Room, Closet, Water Closet and Cloister

Signed and dated

  • 15/12/1804
    Lincolns Inn Fields December 15th 1804

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash, with triple ruled and sepia wash border, pricked for transfer, on wove paper (473 x 670)


Soane office


A comparison with earlier drawings for the first floor ([17]-[19]) shows relatively little change. A small extension on the south side has gone while a small stair and a buttress has been added.



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