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Reference number

SM (115) 49/1/9 (116) 49/1/10


Working drawings for the roofs, September 1824 (2)


115 Plan and section of Timbers of Roof over Front Rooms 116 Plan and Section of the Roof over the President's & Secretary's Rooms


(115, 116) to a scale


115 as above, Board of Trade Offices Whitehall 116 as above, Board of Trade

Signed and dated

  • (115) 1824 (116) Recd of Mr Hunt / 25 Sepr 1824

Medium and dimensions

(115, 116) Brown pen on wove paper (115) with two fold marks (116) with one fold mark (346 x 685, 379 x 660)


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


(116) 1821


'Mr Hunt' is, so far, unidentified.



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