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Reference number

SM (6) 11/1/1 (7) 11/1/2 (8) 11/1/3

Purpose

Variant designs for the ends of the Rustic Lobby, 21 November 1807 (3)

Aspect

6 East and west half-elevations; (verso) ground floor plan with reflected ceiling plan 7 Section; (verso) rough (pencil) half-elevation 8 Elevation

Scale

(6-8) bar scale

Inscribed

6 Design for end of Rustic Lobby 7 Design for end of Rustic Lobby, The Bank 8 Design for end of Rustic Lobby, The Bank

Signed and dated

(6-8) Novr 21st 1807

Hand

Soane office

Notes

Both ends of the Rustic Lobby have two doors beneath a coffered barrel-vaulted ceiling. One of the doors on the east wall is blind. Drawings 6 to 8 show variant designs for a scrolled ornamentation above the doors.

Level

Drawing

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