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image SM volume 59/156

Reference number

SM volume 59/156


[13] Presentation drawing of a stables design, 18 December 1792


Plan of the intended stables


to a scale


(upper case) as above, The Stable Court / Eighty feet by ninety five feet, A, Archway, Strangers Carriages, Hack stable, The Coachorse stables, harness, dung &c, Saddles, Saddle horses, Coachouse (three times), Saddle horses, Saddles, Dung &c, Harness, W. Praed Esq

Signed and dated

  • 18 December 1792
    Great Scotd / Yard Decr 18 / 1792

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and grey and black washes on laid paper (291 x 393)


Soane office


J Whatman


G. Worsley, The British Stable, 2004, pp. 185-8.



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