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image Image 1 for SM (51) volume 72/28 (52) volume 73/100
image Image 2 for SM (51) volume 72/28 (52) volume 73/100
  • image Image 1 for SM (51) volume 72/28 (52) volume 73/100
  • image Image 2 for SM (51) volume 72/28 (52) volume 73/100

Reference number

SM (51) volume 72/28 (52) volume 73/100

Purpose

Working drawings for part of the loggia, one dated 20 July 1803 (2)

Aspect

51 Plan of the western end of the passage 52 Plan of the western end of the passage and (Soane) rough elevations

Scale

(51-52) ¾ full size

Inscribed

51 (Soane) Cirr plinth flush and dimensions given 52 ¾ scale and dimensions given

Signed and dated

(51) (Copy) / Lincolns Inn Fields July 20th 1803

Hand

Soane office and Soane

Notes

Drawings 51 and 52 show pencil alterations to the south wall of the loggia. Pencil alterations in drawing 52 suggest squaring off the corners at its west end.

Level

Drawing

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