London: Chapman and Hall, 1891. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.xx; 432; [32 of adverts]. In publisher's dark green cloth with gilt titles to spine and gilt stamping to spine and upper, green endpapers. With a lithographic frontispiece and numerous in text illustrations. Heraldic bookplate of Herbert Dickinson Turner to front pastedown, occasional light spotting throughout. Endpapers split along the hinges, though the binding remains strong. Corners quite heavily rubbed, spine ends frayed and worn, some rubbing to the cloth at the joints. A solid copy. An account of travels through the areas of Kent that inspired and shaped Charles Dickens and his writing. Item #48269
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