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image SM 77/1/55

Reference number

SM 77/1/55

Purpose

[113] Working drawing for the roof timbers, timbers on all floors, August/September 1792

Aspect

Section of timbers on all floors

Scale

to a scale of 1/4 inch to 1 foot, approximately

Inscribed

dimensions given and (Soane) des: for B. Priory

Signed and dated

Datable to August/September 1792 n accord with the dates on drawings 111 and 112

Medium and dimensions

pen and pencil on laid paper (327 x 403)

Hand

SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect
Soane

Watermark

GR and Pro Patria

Level

Drawing

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