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image Image 1 for SM volume 42/143 recto and verso
image Image 2 for SM volume 42/143 recto and verso
  • image Image 1 for SM volume 42/143 recto and verso
  • image Image 2 for SM volume 42/143 recto and verso

Reference number

SM volume 42/143 recto and verso

Purpose

Sketch design

Aspect

Plans of ground floor and basement and (verso, pencil) rough alternative plans and (in a child's hand) scribbled elevation

Inscribed

labelled Withdrawg / room, Library & / Eat:[ing] Room, Breakfast, Kitchen, Closet, Scull.[ery], a / bottle, a. water Closet / from quarter span B and (basement plan) Laund[ry] / Wash. / & / (?) Basket, Ale / & / Beer / Cellar, Wine, Coals, Kitchen, Coals / for / Kitch, Scullery, Sink, Lard., Dairy, Soap / & / Candles, Passage

Medium and dimensions

Brown ink, pen and brush, pencil on laid paper (311 x 202)

Hand

Soane

Watermark

Britannia with spear, shield and olive branch within a crowned oval

Notes

See following drawing (42/144) for bedroom floor plan and section for the same house.

Level

Drawing

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