Small Ceramic Charles Dickens Museum

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Located at 48 Doughty Street in London, Charles Dickens lived in this Georgian terraced house from 1837-1839, and wrote Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby at this address. The building is now home to The Charles Dickens Museum.

This ceramic model of the Charles Dickens Museum is expertly crafted and hand painted, featuring lamp posts either side of the building and a silhouette of Mr.Pickwick on the reverse. The Pickwick connection is added as Charles Dickens was able to afford to live in the gated and respectable Doughty Street following the success of The Pickwick Papers.

Dimensions:  (l) 140mm x (w) 55mm (d) 35mm
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