Dickens's Desk

This is the desk at which Dickens wrote many of his later works, including A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations. It stood in the bay window of the study at Gad’s Hill Place.

Desk and chair owned by Charles Dickens in study

Desk and chair owned by Charles Dickens. Mahogany and leather, 1845-1870.
DH105 © Charles Dickens Museum
Purchased with support from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the Dickens Fellowship.
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