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Charles Dickens - Museum / Devonshire Terrace Charles Dickens museum

Plaque: Charles Dickens - Museum / Devonshire Terrace

Inscription

{On plaque below:}
Keystone from over the front door of 1 Devonshire Terrace, Dickens's home from 1839 to 1851.

Dickens Live has a photo of the building, no.1, before it was demolished. The Dickens relief also commemorates his stay at this address.

Site: Charles Dickens museum (4 memorials)

WC1, Doughty Street, Dickens Museum

All these memorials are in the back garden of the museum which is a tight space and, much as we'd like to, it's impossible to provide a photo with all four items in shot.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Charles Dickens - Museum / Devonshire Terrace

Information Subjects commemorated

Charles Dickens

Born, son of John Dickens, at No.1 Mile End Terrace, Landport, Portsmouth (wh...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Charles Dickens - Museum / Devonshire Terrace

Information Also at this site

Carol Paula Chapman

With gifts from her family and friends, Friends of the Museum and the Dickens...

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Charles Dickens - Museum / Johnson Street

Johnson Street is now Cranleigh Street, where there is a plaque for Dickens.

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Robert Seymour

A nearby information board informs: Probably the most prolific illustrator a...

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