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image SM Vol 48/30

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SM Vol 48/30


[94] Survey, Court of Exchequer, 28 March 1823


Detail elevation, section and perspective of the main (first) floor of the Court of Exchequer, consisting of elevation of an entablature beam, perspective elevation of a wooden chamfered column, and section through gallery balustrade


to a rough scale


Court of Exchequer / Centre / Gallery Floor / Top of Column / A dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 28/03/1823
    28th. March 1823.

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pink wash, pen, on wove paper bound in volume (211 x 272)


Mee, Arthur Patrick (1802--1868), draughtsman
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In the inscription A relates to a label shown in SM Vol 48/29.



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