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Reference number

SM (113) 56/2/42 (114) 56/2/41


Working drawings, November 1830 (2)


113 Details of Parts of Door & Frame and Style, and elevations of door and frame and spandrel 114 Details of Top Rail of Door, Transom Rail, Bottom Rail, Jambs and Parts of Door, and elevation of sash door with fanlight


(113, 114) to a scale of 1 inch to 1 foot and Full Size


113 as above, No 1 of 1½ In Deal bead flush Spandrail / 4'-0'' / by 2-0 / 1½ In deal Shelve tongued &c, No 1 Two Inch Deal four Pannell bead flush / Door & Frame, to be returned with the Work, and dimensions given 114 as above, No 1 Two Inch Ovlo Sash Door & Fanlight / as parts of Drawing (full Size) / the right hand Style / of this Door to be prepared for / Mortice Lock, To be returned with the Work, Face of Door, Those Jambs &c to be dovetailed together / at the Bank and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • (113) Novr 3rd 1830 Thos Heath (114) Novr 6th 1830 Thos Heath

Medium and dimensions

(113) Pen and raw umber wash, pricked for transfer on wove paper with three fold marks (500 x 620) (114) pen, raw umber and blue washes, pricked for transfer on wove paper with one fold mark (495 x 620)


(113, 114) Thomas Heath, clerk of works



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