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Reference number

SM (56) 11/3/61 (57) 11/3/60 (58) 11/3/59 (59) 11/3/58 (60) 11/3/57

Purpose

Survey drawings of house No. 4, as executed (5)

Aspect

56 Plan of No 4 Basement Story 57 Plan of the Ground floor 58 Plan of No 4 One pair floor 59 Plan of (No 4) Two Pair floor 60 Plan of the Attics

Scale

(56-60) bar scales of 1/4 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

56 as above, labelled (pencil): No 4 New Bank Buildings, Door, Cistern, Pan[try], Door, Dresser (3 times), Kitchen, Cupboard, Door and some dimensions given 57 as above, labelled: No 4 New Bank Buildings, 11.6 by 9.6, 18.6 by 16.9, 23.6 by 20 58 as above, labelled: No 4 New Bank Buildings and (pencil) some dimensions given 59 as above, labelled: No 4 New Bank Buildings, (pencil): W Closet and some dimensions given 60 as above, labelled: No 4 New Bank Buildings, (pencil): Sink / & Cistern, 10.9 / to flatt and some dimensions given

Medium and dimensions

(56-60) Pen, pencil and sepia wash, pricked for transfer on wove paper (56) on two sheets, affixed, with three fold marks (589 x 314, 540 x 316, 540 x 316, 540 x 315, 519 x 315)

Hand

(56-60) Soane office (Bailey?)

Watermark

(56-60) 1806

Level

Drawing

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