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Reference number

SM (17) 56/5/1B

Purpose

A List of the Fixtures and Furniture / subjoined by Mr Gibbins to his Letter / as follows, Temple Street

Aspect

17 List

Inscribed

as above, 2 Large Lead Cisterns about 6 feet / by 4 feet and 3 feet deep enclosed / in strong deal Plank // A Large Copper Cistern, Lead Piping / and brass Cocks to the Cistern &c // Water Closet upstairs with apparatus / complete // Layer of Gas Piping and Lamp in / Garden Stable Yard Passage & / Kitchen // Number of Bells // It is presumed / that these articles / are attached to / the Freehold & / included in the / Improvements // Not included Arrangement of Shelves in Room for / Glass China // Do Ditto in Store Room for Groceries &c // Do White & Brown Holland Window Blinds / on Rollers to the different // In the New Sitting Room a White / Marble Chimneypiece with Register / Stove // Stove not included // The Chimneypiece / included in improvements / the Stove. Furniture. // Do Ditto 2 Elegant large Mahogany / Bookcases with Glazed doors & Cupboard / made to fit in 2 Recesses // All other fixtures about the House / and Premises belonging to Joseph / Gibbins // This is indefinite / a list should have / been subjoined; verso: Swansea / Mr Wilkins. Agent / Mr Morris. Sub Agent // Gloucester. Mr Cripps & Agents // Manchester. Mr McGregor / Mr Smythe (sic) // Mr Greg.

Medium and dimensions

Pen on laid secretary paper with seven fold marks (323 x 405)

Hand

George Bailey (1792-1860, pupil then assistant 1806-37, curator 1837-60)

Watermark

Hall 1822, Britannia holding lance, shield and olive branch within crowned oval

Level

Drawing

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