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  • image SM 77/3/69

Reference number

SM 77/3/69


[35] Working drawing for mouldings in the breakfast room, bedrooms and attic, 3 November 1789


Details of mouldings as in drawing 33: Base mouldings to bedchambers / and attics; architrave to windows in / bedchambers; architraves to windows in attics; base and surbase moldings / to breakfast room; architrave to windows / in breakfast room


full size


as above, The Earl of Abercorn, Moldings to Rooms in the new wing / at Bentley Priory, 6 inches from the floor, full size, the same architrave to doors / only 3½" wide (twice), full size, line of plaster (twice), full size, The architrave to doors / to be the same only / 3½ wide, line of plaister and labels laid out in feint pencil

Signed and dated

  • 3 November 1789
    Copy Novr 3rd 1789

Medium and dimensions

pencil, pen and grey and pink washes, on laid paper (585 x 711)


Attributed to Sanders, John (1768--1826) - Library - Catalogs, draughtsman
attributed to John Sanders (1768 - , pupil 1784-90)



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