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Reference number

SM 46/5/27


[6] Design No.3 (copy)


Design for the ground floor plan for the Alterations and Additions to Ramsey Abbey


to a scale of 1/5 inch to 1 foot


as above, W.H.Fellowes Esqr, Design No.3, labelled as above, Ramsey Abbey, Design No 111, labelled Vestibule, Eating Room, Mr Fellowes / Dressing Room, Principal / Staircase, Common / Staircase, Library, Drawing Room, Lobby, Recess / for / Couch, Old / Porch and Breakfast Room, Eating Room, Mr Fellowes / Dressing / room, Kitchen &c &c

Signed and dated

  • 19/05/1804
    Copy Lincolns Inn Fields / May 19 1804 and May 19 1804

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash, pricked for transfer, on laid paper (577 x 700)


Soane office and Soane


A copy of drawing [5] with a location for the 'Kitchen' added (on the north side).



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