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Reference number

(6) 80/1/27

Purpose

Working drawing for entrance hall mouldings, 1795

Aspect

6 Details of Cornice for Hall (verso, feint pencil) unfinished plan inscribed Doorkeeper and Clerk

Scale

not stated, full size ?

Inscribed

as above, John Pearse Esqr, labelled: Cornice for Hall, Surbase / Molding, Molding for / Shutters, Stile, Pannel, Base Molding and Space between the Blocks to be twice the width of / the Block or as near that as they can be brought in

Signed and dated

Lincolns Inn Fields March 1795

Medium and dimensions

Pen, burnt umber and sepia washes, pricked for transfer on coarse laid paper (300 x 507)

Hand

Two Soane office hands

Notes

The drawing is filed with 80 other working drawings for cornices and other mouldings for re-use by the office for other jobs.

Level

Drawing

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