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Links of Interest for Victorian Era Enthusiasts

Victoriana Magazine.

Victorian London by Lee Jackson.

The Victorian Web.

Correct Forms of Address by Laura Wallace.

Fashion & Courtship in The Victorian Era by Fragrance X Library.

Victorians on the BBC website.

19th Century Fashion from the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Health & Medicine in the 19th Century from the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Antique Costumes & Textiles by Meg Andrews, a London based expert.

Yesterday’s Thimble by dressmaker, historic costumer, and sewing instructor Lisha Vidler is full of details about Victorian clothing, along with other articles of interest.

Vintage Dress by Francesca Charlton. She has an extensive collection of vintage clothing she collects and sells.

Antique Swords for anyone interested in purchasing genuine Victorian edged weapons.

Queen Victoria’s Scrapbook provided by the Royal Household.

A Victorian, a great site with lots of images.

Fantastic Victoriana by Jess Nevins, an encyclopaedia drawing from Victorian literature.

Victorian Crime and Punishment provided by the East of England Broadband Network, Cambridgeshire County Council, and Bedfordshire County Council.

Kate Tattersall on Pinterest.

Kate Tattersall Adventures in China

Kate Tattersall Adventures in China, Spring to Autumn 1849.

Available for purchase from these fine vendors:

Amazon.ca (Canada)

Amazon.co.jp (Japan)

Amazon.com (USA)

Amazon.co.uk (UK)

Amazon.de (Germany)

Amazon.fr (France)

Barnes & Noble Nook Edition (USA)

Chapters Indigo (Canada) and the Kobo Edition

Daum Books (Korea)

Fishpond (Australia)

Krisostomus (Estonia)

McNally Robinson (Canada)

Powell’s Books (USA)

And book sellers near you. Look for this sensational penny dreadful styled cover.
Please consider purchasing the adventures from a local independent bookshop.

 



 

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