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Plate 9: Early-Georgian staircases

Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1977.

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Early-Georgian Staircases

a. No. 66 Brook Street, first-floor landing to main staircase in 1974.

Figure 9a:

Early-Georgian staircases

No. 66 Brook Street, first-floor landing to main staircase in 1974.

Edward Shepherd lessee, 1725. Now the Grosvenor Office

b. No. 34 Grosvenor Street, main staircase and landing in 1950.

Figure 9d:

Early-Georgian staircases

No. 34 Grosvenor Street, main staircase and landing in 1950.

Richard Lissiman (mason) lessee, 1725

c. No. 13 South Audley Street, upper part of staicase in 1948.

Figure 9c:

Early-Georgian staircases

No. 13 South Audley Street, upper part of staicase in 1948.

William Singleton (plasterer) lessee, 1736. Plasterwork destroyed

d. No. 59 Grosvenor Street, entrance hall and staircase in 1975.

Figure 9d:

Early-Georgian staircases

No. 59 Grosvenor Street, entrance hall and staircase in 1975.

David Audsley (plasterer) sub-lessee, 1725. Woodwork of the staircase much restored