Tunbridge Wells humbly dedicated to Thomas Pellet.
A delightful bird’s eye view of early eighteenth century Tunbridge Wells. The view looks down the Upper and Lower Walk towards the Wells and beyond. The important buildings are named, and the streets are very busy with local people strolling, playing, chatting and riding in horse drawn carriages. Title along top edge with coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris’s History of Kent.
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Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition. Size: 42 x 35 cm.