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  • image SM 39/3/1

Reference number

SM 39/3/1


[39] Record drawing of front elevation, 1801


Elevation to Stratton Street


to a scale of ¼ inch to 1 foot


Gen: Graham, The Elevation

Signed and dated

  • 1801
    Lincolns Inn Fields 1801

Medium and dimensions

Pen, light red, blue and sepia washes with double ruled and black wash border, pricked for transfer, on laid paper with three fold marks (556 x 413)


Soane office


A comparison with the elevation of June 1797 ([2]) shows that the only change is the design of the ironwork to the balcony from simple 'loops' to the trellis pattern shown here.
The title of 'General' was premature; Graham became a major-general in 1809.



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