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The staircase of Crowley House, Greenwich
The oak staircase [of Crowley House] had a massive balustrade, the panels of which were filled in with carved foliage': from H. H. Drake (ed.), 'Hasted's History of Kent' (vol. 1, 1886), p. 79, facing which Drake's lithographic sketches copied from this drawing and PAH3264 are reproduced.
Original size: 237 mm x 355 mm
- Image reference: PY3266
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London