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Reference number

SM 3/3/2

Purpose

[24] Variant design No 1, Principal Floor, January-February 1807

Aspect

Plan of the Principal Floor with Proposed Alterations, Stephen Thornton Esqr, Mogerhanger Design No1

Scale

bar scale of 1/6 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, rooms labelled and dimensions given

Signed and dated

not dated Datable to c. January-February 1806 in accord with the other drawings in this group.

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and blue washes, triple-ruled and wash border, pricked for transfer on laid paper (700 x 481)

Hand

Soane Office, draughtsman
Several office hands were at work on drawings for Moggerhanger, so that, for example, on 14 January 1807, the Day Book records five names: Seward, Malton, Storace, Adams, Bailey, that is: Henry Hake Seward, 1778-1848, pupil, assistant 1794-1808; Charles Malton, 1788-?, pupil 1802-9; Brinsley John Storace, pupil 1804-7; Adams, jun., James, 1785-1850, pupil 1806-09. For the drawings catalogued here, the draughtsmanship varies but the inscribing hand for the titles is George Bailey's (1792-1860, pupil and assistant 1806-37, curator 1837-60)
Bailey, George (1792--1860)
For the drawings catalogued here, the draughtsmanship varies but the inscribing hand for the titles is George Bailey's (1792-1860, pupil and assistant 1806-37, curator 1837-60)

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Drawing

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