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image SM 89/5/14

Reference number

SM 89/5/14

Purpose

[23] Flue and chimney piece to go under window

Aspect

Flue in Lord Eliot's Dressing Room fire Place

Scale

to a scale

Inscribed

as above, some dimensions given and (verso) The Place to Lord Eliots / Dressing Room (sic)

Signed and dated

June 1805

Medium and dimensions

Pen, some hatching on laid paper with 4 fold marks (567 x 348)

Hand

attributed to R.Woodward, clerk of works 27 May to 12 October 1805 (Ledger D p.237)

Notes

Drawings [14] and [15] show Lord Eliot's dressing room with a new chimney piece under a window.

Level

Drawing

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