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Reference number

SM 33/2/5


[73] Rough survey drawing


Part elevation and details of elevation (with arches)


3 Inches below this / Pla----- is this / level of the / Principal floor, Mr Tanto and (pen) Dimensions taken at Stowe by Mr Soane / Novr 6 1817

Signed and dated

(pencil) Stowe / Novr 6 / 1817

Medium and dimensions

Pencil on laid paper with 3 fold marks (374 x 490)


SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837)


PHIPPS & SONS 1816 and fleur de lis within crowned cartouche and below PS (?)


See drawing [74] for fully drawn out elevation with arches.



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