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image (3) volume 75/28

Reference number

(3) volume 75/28

Purpose

Design for the doors and moulding on the west end of the Cashier's Office, 9 November 1802

Aspect

3 Elevation looking west; section; and rough wall plan

Scale

bar scale

Inscribed

The West End of the proposed Cashier Generals Office, Mr Soane will be pleased to determine / the fashion of those Doors and the Moulding / and which will determine all the / other Doors for those set of offices / Dec 2nd 1802, (Soane) Window, V quirk the Ped[iment] and dimensions given

Signed and dated

Bank 9th Novr 1802

Hand

Soane office and Soane

Level

Drawing

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