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RIBA97239
Wren, Sir Christopher (1632-1723)
SOURCE: Christopher Wren. Parentalia (London, 1750), 'Heirloom copy', interleaved between pp. 208 and 209 NOTES: This page is one of several manuscript insertions in the Library's 'Heirloom copy' of the Parentalia.

Design for a clock in a hardwood case: plans and elevations

RIBA97503
Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)

Wet copy of a letter by Decimus Burton to the Commissioners of Woods and Forests regarding payment for the clock at Hyde Park Corner Lodge, London, dated 10 January 1846

RIBA97735
Burton, Decimus (1800-1881)
NOTES: The clock was added to Burton's gate-keeper's lodge built in 1825 which stands to the west of the Hyde Park Screen.

Marble Hill, Twickenham, London: an anteroom

RIBA100130
Campbell, Colen (1676-1729)

Business Design Centre (originally the Royal Agricultural Hall), Islington, London: the main entrance on Liverpool Road prior to conversion

RIBA100676
Peck, Frederick (1827 or 8-1875)
NOTES: Originally designed as a base for the Smithfield Show, the Royal Agricultural Hall was converted into a trade and exhibition centre by the Renton Howard Wood Levin Partnership in 1984-1986.

Business Design Centre (originally the Royal Agricultural Hall), Islington, London, after conversion: the mezzanine near the Liverpool Road entrance

RIBA100685
Peck, Frederick (1827 or 8-1875)
NOTES: Originally designed as a base for the Smithfield Show, the Royal Agricultural Hall was converted into a trade and exhibition centre by the Renton Howard Wood Levin Partnership in 1984-1986.

Pavillon du Gros-Horloge, Rouen

RIBA101583
NOTES: The clock dates from the 14th century.
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