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image SM 71/2/86

Reference number

SM 71/2/86

Purpose

Working drawing for the roof of the Royal Entrance, 1 October 1822

Aspect

Plan of Roof (fragment)

Inscribed

as above and some dimensions given; (verso) inscribed: House of Lords / New Entrance for His Majesty / 1822

Signed and dated

1 October 1822 / W Payne

Medium and dimensions

Pen, brown pen and yellow wash, pricked for transfer on wove paper with two fold marks (440 x 333)

Hand

Walter Payne, clerk of works

Notes

This drawing by Walter Payne, clerk of works, shows the timbers of part of the roof of the curved Royal Entrance.

Level

Drawing

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