Amongst the Pugin drawings in the Myddelton papers included with lot 500 are designs for linenfold panelling for the 'Chirk Castle Buttery Hatch', dated 1848. He also introduce linenfold panelling to the Lower Corridor in the East or Family Wing, which is clearly visible in the Hon. Sarah Wombwell's watercolour (lot 117), which was taken down in the early 20th Century. Interestingly, the Drawing Room originally had dark wainscotting in 1668, so this could also have been a source for some of the old panels re-used by Pugin.
Six linenfold panels of this early 16th century pattern, reputed to have come from Wales, were incorporated in a door presented in 1916 to the Victoria and Albert Museum by Mr. Murray Marks (C. Tracy, English Medieval Furniture and Woodwork, London, 1988, pl.82).