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image SM (24) 47/2/67

Reference number

SM (24) 47/2/67

Purpose

Design for finishings in the sanctuary addition

Aspect

24 Half cross-section of the addition; section of the north transept; and two quarter-plans of the addition

Scale

bar scale of 1/4 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

The Door Marked A to be folding Doors, to be finished with / an architrave & inside Pilasters; those that were taken / Down to be used again // The Door Marked B the Door, Architrave, & Pilasters to be of the / same dimensions of that in the organ tribune // Base & Impost as in organ Tribune // The architraves Marked a to be all of one width 8½ In. / Where you find the Letter N the ornaments are not settled upon / The Passage d to be finished the same as the passage above / The architrave c round the End window, to be the same as c round the Elliptic Arch / & to spring from the upright of the frieze, the soffit of which is not settled upon // Shutters to be framed square, to (?)secure a Mouldg likewise the Backs & Elbows, Windows / in the Tribune / ware (sic) they in / tersect with / the Cornice, lettered N (multiple times), A, B

Medium and dimensions

Pencil and pen on cartridge paper (656 x 548)

Hand

Soane office

Notes

Drawing 24 is a working drawing for the proposed mouldings. The design for the vaulted ceiling has not yet been settled upon.

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Drawing

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