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image SM 51/2/3

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SM 51/2/3


Survey drawing of the second floor of the old committee rooms, 17 December 1824


Plan of the second Floor / of Rooms &c adjoining / the House of Lords


bar scale of 1/4 inch to 1 foot


as above, labelled: Part of the New Entrance, Area (4 times), Leads (3 times), Skylight, Mrs Wagners Servants (twice), Staircase (3 times), Ceiling of Bishops Staircase, Mr Wright Senior / Parlour, Dresser, Mr Wright Senr / Kitchen, Sink, Water Closet, Uper part of the Lobby of / the House of Lords, Upper part of the Painted Chamber, Upper part of Lobby / of Robing Room, Upper part of Robing Room and dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 17 December 1824
    L.I.F. / Decr 17th

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia, pink, blue, yellow and black washes, pricked for transfer on wove paper (513 x 723)


David Alfred Mocatta (1806 - 1882)
Pupil March 1821 - February 1827.


Smith & Allnutt 1820


The upper floor contains rooms for Mrs Wagner's servants and the kitchen and parlour of Mr Wright, senior. Mr Wright's and Mrs Wagner's roles are unknown.



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