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image 80/1/42

Reference number

80/1/42

Purpose

[29] Working drawing (copy) for the west parlour, February 1793

Aspect

Details of Cornice to the West Parlor full Size

Scale

full and quarter full size

Inscribed

as above and George Smith Esqr

Signed and dated

Copy Great Scotland Yard (date not added)

Medium and dimensions

(26) Pen and wash, shaded, some pricking for transfer, on laid paper with one fold mark (562 x 675) (27) pen and wash, shaded, some pricking for transfer, on laid paper with one fold mark (564 x 670) pen and wash, shaded, some pricking for transfer, on laid paper with one fold mark (570 x 645)

Hand

Soane office (same hand as drawings 19-25)

Level

Drawing

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