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image SM 33/3/B16

Reference number

SM 33/3/B16

Purpose

[33] Early alternative designs for outside sash

Aspect

Two half-elevations and detail

Scale

scale of 2 inches to 1 foot scale of 1/6 inch to ?

Inscribed

Design No 1, Design No2, Outside Sashes, Steps, Floor, Groove for Wire of Chain, To hang with / Hanging & / of ----ward, Note the Red Lines / shew the Gothic / Window, The Greater width / of the Chair 2' 10'', --- No 1 this Side / Corresponds with the / other windows in / the front that are Glazed / the whole width of the / arch, to Slide behind / fixed part, Plan of Sash No 1 and The Marq: of Buckingham - Gothic Library / Stowe

Signed and dated

June 30 1805

Medium and dimensions

Pen, pencil, sepia and yellow washes onwove paper (653 x 535)

Hand

30 June was a Sunday (so no entry in the Soane office Day Book).

Level

Drawing

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