Shell Guide to Kent. Lord Clonmore.

Shell Guide to Kent. Castles, Seats of the Nobility, Mines, Picturesque Scenery, Towns, Public Buildings, Churches, Antiquities, &c.

London: The Architectural Press, [1939]. 8vo. First edition, second issue. Original off white cloth, overprinted in orange on the spine, with ring binding inside. Two coloured maps and numerous black and white photographs throughout. Advertisement for Shell on the Road at the rear by Edward Bawden. The cloth at the head of the spine is worn. The front free endpaper has been clipped to remove a one inch strip from the top edge. Very good. Item #4889

'Tunbridge Wells is a great stronghold of the old-fashioned Low Church religion, and may be considered a fair rival to Tennessee'! Sheila Kaye-Smith's article on 'Kent and Sussex Borders' manages to stay mostly on the Sussex side of the border.

Price: £60.00

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