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SM 8/3/47


[50] Working drawing


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Henry Peters Esqr, The Greenhouse, No 2, Elevation of the Bottom of Pilaster, Stained Glass, Door Frame, Plan of the Pilaster full size, A. Screw to fasten in the sash into the Pilaster, Copper Rain / Pipe, Stille of Sash, AA, Stained Glass, Door frame, Bar of the / Roof Sash / full size, Sash (twice), Rafter, a drain to be made under the Stone Cill at each Pipe, Floor Line, Stone, Copper Pipe, Cill, Lead Tongue, Wood Cill, Sash and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 00/05/1800
    Copy Lincolns Inn Fields May 1800

Medium and dimensions

Pen, yellow and sepia wash on wove paper with one fold mark (555 x 678)


Henry Hake Seward (1778 - 1848)
Pupil and assistant May 1794 - September 1808.



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