Plate 86

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English Heritage

Publication

Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1975

Supporting documents

Page

86

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'Plate 86', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 86. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47630 Date accessed: 24 September 2014.


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a. No. 45 Queen's Gate (p. 276): J. A. Jacoby's drawing-room in 1896


No. 45 Queen's Gate, drawing-room in 1896.

Plate 86a: No. 45 Queen's Gate, drawing-room in 1896.
a. No. 45 Queen's Gate (p. 276): J. A. Jacoby's drawing-room in 1896

b. Nos. 27–30 (consec.) Queen's Gate Gardens in 1972: Nos. 27–28 (left) built 1862–3 by C. Aldin, Nos. 29–30 built 1872 by C. and W. Aldin (pp. 284, 285)


Nos. 27–30 (consec.) Queen's Gate Gardens in 1972.

Plate 86b: Nos. 27–30 (consec.) Queen's Gate Gardens in 1972.
Nos. 27–30 (consec.) Queen's Gate Gardens in 1972: Nos. 27–28 (left) built 1862–3 by C. Aldin, Nos. 29–30 built 1872 by C. and W. Aldin (pp. 284, 285)

c. No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, M. Montealegre's morningroom in 1896


No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, morningroom in 1896.

Plate 86c: No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, morningroom in 1896.
No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, M. Montealegre's morningroom in 1896