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SM 35/6/14


[14] Design for the clock turret and chimney to stables, 3 August 1824


Section, elevation and detail of Chimneys for Stables


bar scale of 1½ inches to 1 foot and Full Size


as above, Purney Sillitoe Esqre / Market Drayton, Brickwork, Line of Roof, A (three times), dimensions given, and (pencil, twice) A

Signed and dated

  • 3 August 1824
    3rd Aug 1824

Medium and dimensions

Pen and pink, grey, black and raw umber washes, pencil on wove paper (530 x 730)


Charles James Richardson (1806 - 1871), draughtsman
C.J. Richardson


Smith & Allnutt 1820



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