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Characters in Tunbridge Wells, 17th Century (Victorian engraving) - Stock …
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Seventeenth century characters in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. This historic spa town in Kent, England, is still a fashionable and popular place to visit. The town became Royal Tunbridge Wells in 1909 because of its popularity with the Royal family. Engraving from Harper’s Magazine, August 1878. The man in the chair appears to be a Royalist - a supporter of Charles 1 or Charles II.

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