The inscriptions read ‘de Lauchingen’, ‘de Küssenberger Schloss’ and ‘Kusser’. Finberg, transcribing only the second in his note to the recto of this leaf (D04728), associated it with the ‘castle of Küssenberg, near Schaffhausen’. The reference is actually to Schloss Küssaberg, near Lauchringen. Written in a large, florid and rather archaic script very different from the other hasty notations in this book, this is not certainly in Turner’s own hand. As the castle was ruined it was presumably not the site of the kitchen interior drawn on the recto.