Charles Dickens cards | Dickensian Rochester at Christmas

Charles Dickens cards collections!
Set out on a journey of rediscovery of Charles Dickens’ inspirational places through our range of artwork, paintings and cards. This Dickensian card collection is inspired from local historical buildings like Rochester Castle, Rochester Cathedral, Eastgate House and Pickwick’s Cobham Hall.
If you ever going to visit the City of Rochester, I would recommend you to pay a visit to Charles Dickens World where you will be transported back to Dickensian times and able to walk through the paved streets and bleak buildings of Victorian England.
An inspirational set of exclusive designs representing one of the finest English cities.
Dickens will forever be linked to Christmas, though his festive stories, especially ‘A Christmas Carol’. Having lived in Kent for much of his life this collection pays tribute yo the landmarks which inspired his work.
With the invention of the first Christmas card in Dickens life time, these cards also reflect the early days of what would become a fundamental tradition at Christmas ever since.