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  • image SM 29/5F/6

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SM 29/5F/6


[2] Working drawing for the offices, Ground floor plan, 8 May 1790


Ground floor plan and Elevation of the chimney side of Kitchen


bar scale of 2/9 inch to 1 foot


as above, Plan of the New Offices at Wood Eaton, John Weyland Esqr, lettered A to D, A This Door is to be of the same size as B // CC These jambs to be equal, Windows above, Leave a / flue for / Copper, Oven, Arch and dimensions given, (red pen) a to d

Signed and dated

  • 8 May 1790
    Copy May 8th 1790

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and red, grey, yellow and burnt umber washes, red pen, on laid paper with three fold marks (678 x 565)


Soane Office, draughtsman
Soane office



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