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  • image SM 35/4/28

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SM 35/4/28


[3] Plan of first floor with alterations and additions (by Soane)


Plan of the Chamber floor and (verso) detail - unrelated?


bar scale of 1/5 inch to 1 foot


as above, Reymundo Putt Esqre/ Coombe House Devonshire, labelled Chamber (twice), Dressing Room (3 times), Water Closet, Passage, Sky / light, door and a few dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 28/03/1805
    March 28 [missing]

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash, brown pen, hatching, on laid paper (539 x 558 - bottom right-hand corner missing)


Sir John Soane (1753 - 1837)
Soane over an office hand.


The alterations and additions are drawn by Soane (brown ink and hatching) over and office drawing that shows nine bedrooms, three dressing rooms but only one water closet.



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