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image SM 38/9/3

Reference number

SM 38/9/3

Purpose

Survey of park land to the north of the house, nd

Aspect

Site plan

Scale

bar scale of 1/16 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

labelled: (in Soane's hand) Sir James Bland Burges, North, St James's Park / Bird Cage Walk, a.a. shews the line of the / present Gutter or / Water Channel, a (twice), East, Passage leading to the Park, West, The Cock Pit Coffee House, Area and low Offices to the House, House / Sir James Bland Burges, Queen Street, South and some dimensions given; (verso, in Soane's hand): Sir James B Burges

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia, red and blue-green washes, pricked for transfer with single ruled border on laid paper with two fold marks (378 x 238)

Hand

unattributed

Watermark

Post horn within crowned cartouche and below, ornate BB

Notes

See scheme note.

Level

Drawing

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