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Denton Near Gravesend

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Denton Near Gravesend

by George M.Arnold

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  • Paperback
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About This Item

Gravesend: Caddel and Son, 1902. Denton near Gravesend, Kent - Its Manor, its Court House, its ancient Chapel of St. Mary with occasional digressions by George M.Arnold. An early lithographic production on uncoated wire laid stock.Unpaginated. Monotone illustrated. Because of its fragile construction it is unusual to find a complete copy of this scarce title.. Soft Cover. Very Good. 225x145mm.

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Bookseller
Wadard Books PBFA GB (GB)
Bookseller Inventory #
17484
Title
Denton Near Gravesend
Author
George M.Arnold
Format/binding
Paperback
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Caddel and Son
Place of Publication
Gravesend
Date published
1902
Keywords
Denton. Gravesend. History
Size
225x145mm

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The shop of Wadard Books is located in a listed 17th century timber framed building in the historic Kentish village of Farningham. The business is named after Wadard, one of Farningham's Domesday landlords, a henchman of Bishop Odo and featured on the Bayeaux tapestry.
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