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|Archive reference number||NG30/1796/1|
Tracing: Elevations of all the houses on the south side of Pall Mall from Cockspur Street to St James's Palace
Original tracing after Coney. Pencil, after the drawing in the British Museum. Crace Collection, Portfolio XI, 55. Including Angerstein's house. Omission of Pall Mall Court makes the identification of Angerstein's house difficult, but it apparently stood 12ft east of the existing west side of the Reform Club and had a frontage to Pall Mall of about 33ft. It must therefore have covered the greater part of the roadway of Carlton Gardens leading into Pall Mall.
|Alternative reference numbers||VF1|
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