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image SMA j/31/2

Reference number

SMA j/31/2

Purpose

[8] Designs for stable windows, 12 December 1826

Aspect

Elevations of semicircular-arched window and sections of sash frame

Scale

to a scale

Inscribed

No 2 fixed sashes & framnes (sic) for Stable made to drawing / yellow deal ovalon (sic) sashes, for Pellwall House Purney Sillitoe Esqr, Brickwork, equal (five times), (pencil) oak, 2 deal, 1¼ deal and dimensions and calculations given in pen and pencil; (verso) 12 December 1826 / Drawings for / frames to Hay / Bins

Signed and dated

12th Decemr 1826

Medium and dimensions

Pen and yellow wash, pencil on thin wove paper (345 x 560)

Hand

Clerk of Works Richard Hall, draughtsman
Richard Hall

Watermark

P

Level

Drawing

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