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image SMA j/17/1

Reference number

SMA j/17/1

Purpose

[4c] Working drawing for plaster work, by Thomas Palmer and Son, measuring book dated 29 June 1825

Aspect

Rough plan of Square blockings at / angles in the Ground Story / Morning Room

Inscribed

as above, No 4

Signed and dated

(4a-d) book dated June 29 1825

Medium and dimensions

Pen on laid paper in a measuring book (160 x 94)

Hand

Attributed to Thomas Palmer & Son, plasterers

Watermark

part of a crowned oval frame

Level

Drawing

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