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Reference number

SM (15) 57/8/43 (16) 11/1/11

Purpose

Preliminary design and working drawing for spandrel moulding (2)

Aspect

15 Detail of a caduceus and cornucopia motif; pencil detail of seimilar design; (verso) detail of cornucopia and caduceus motif 16 Shaded detail of a caduceus and cornucopia motif surrounded by an egg and dart moulding

Scale

(16) to a scale

Inscribed

16 The Bank

Signed and dated

(16) 12 February 17 (sheet trimmed)

Hand

Soane office

Notes

The cornucopia motif decorated the four corners of the pendentive dome, as shown in drawing 6.

Level

Drawing

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