Friday, 2 November 2007

Book buying rambles with camera

If you stand on the cliff at Ramsgate and look to your right the furthest bit of coastline you can see is the town of Deal, on a clear day you can see Deal pier. I have a great affinity for our Deal neighbours having published several books about the Deal boatmen. Anyway I went to Deal yesterday and took a few pictures of Deal click here to see them the visit culminated in a visit to the Golden Hind bookshop click here to view their website their stock is entirely antiquarian and Kent topography. I bought a copy of The History of Deal by Stephen Pritchard 1864 with the intention of reprinting it when I get some contemporary pictures, any help with this would be appreciated.

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