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Reference number

SM 47/1/86


[5] Copy of a working drawing for the window


Part elevation and sections through the mullions


bar scale of 8/7 inch to 1 foot


labelled: Iron bar, 1st, 2nd, A, B, 1, 2, 3, 4, A, B, (in Soane's hand) Mem April 28 / 1802 The whole of the Windows, Imposts / Cill completely fixed in every / respect with Cramps & Iron / bars & running with Lead, every / thing complete, exclusion of the Carriage only for One hundred Guineas To be completed in 3 months from this 27 April 1802 / Coade & Sealy, (pencil) Abt 100 Ges exclusive of Carriage / --- ---- ------ ------ (illegible) and some dimensions given; (verso, pencil): Mrs Brocas

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and yellow washes, pricked for transfer on laid paper with two fold marks (693 x 583)


William Rolfe


Copy of drawing [4]. The tracery was made by Coade and Sealy.



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