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[11] Plan of first floor 'C' with rough cancellations and amendments added by Soane


Plan of the One Pair Floor


bar scale of 1/6 inch to 1 foot


as above, Lancelot Austwick Esqr, .C., rooms labelled: Ladies Sitting Room, Chamber (6 times), Water Closet and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 26/03/1796
    Lincolns Inn Fields March 26 1796

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash, added pencil, pricked for transfer with quadruple ruled and sepia wash border on laid paper, with some old water damage and modern repairs (584 x 471)


Soane office hand (no entry in Day Book)


J Larking fleur-de-lis above shield with bar and below, GR


The building lines are widened on each side (at the back) and the rooms to the rear have rough pencilled cancellations and adjustments.



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