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SM 35/4/22


[11] Plan No. 1 for first floor with service wing


Design for the Alterations & Improvements of / Coombe House part-variant design for corridor and minor stair


scale of 1/16 inch to 1 foot


as above, Reymoundo Putt Esqre, labelled Mangle Room, Upper Part / of / Brewhouse, Laundry, Wash house, Bed Chamber, Dressing Room, Bed Chamber, Common Stair, Water / Closet, Lobby, Bed Chamber (7 times more), Dressing Room (twice more), sky / light, Corridor, Best Staircase, Staircase / to / Garret and This Part shews the Variation in the design No2 (verso) Reymundo Putt Esqre

Signed and dated

  • 16/11/1807
    Copy / Lincolns Inn Fields Novr 16 1807

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and pink washes, pricked for transfer on laid paper (337 x 559)


George Allen Underwood (1792-1829) - assistant 23 September 1806 - May 1815 - the Soane office Day Book has 'copying drawings' Underwood'


Shows also the upper part of the service wing.



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