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SM 3/4/6


[72] Working drawing for the lawn front elevation, 1810


Elevation of the Lawn Front of Mogerhanger House


bar scale of ¼ inch to 1 foot


as above, Stephen Thornton Esqre and some dimensions given (? James Cook, faded red pen) Set the Raking Part of the pediment by town Masons / the Straight Part from the Springing by Country Masons, the Cornice of the Center part / done by Country Mason, Cofering (toothing or dentilation) done by Town Mason, Cornice done by Town Mason

Signed and dated

  • 1810
    (added by Bailey) 1810

Medium and dimensions

pen, faded red pen, sepia washes, pencil on thin wove paper recently backed (552 x 617), single fold mark


Soane Office, draughtsman
Soane office, notes in faded red pen by ? James Cook, clerk of works for Moggerhanger 1808-1812
Cook, James (1728--1779)
Soane office, notes in faded red pen by ? James Cook, clerk of works for Moggerhanger 1808-1812


P.Dean, Sir John Soane and the country estate, 1999, pp.124-137



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