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Reference number

43/10/19

Purpose

Messrs Goor & Mellish (fl. 1758), Design for a paving, Plan, Insc: Paving To Passige [sic], s & d: Massures Goor & Mellish Bishop Geat Street [sic] Jany 31st 1758

Aspect

Plan

Inscribed

Paving To Passige [sic].  Massures Goor & Mellish Bishop Geat Street [sic] Jany 31st 1758

Signed and dated

  • Jan 31 1758

Hand

Messrs Goor & Mellish (fl. 1758)

Notes

Drawer 43, set 10, 1-20: Folder insc Sundry Drawings of Internal Finishings, etc from the Collection of Sir William Chambers

Level

Drawing

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