Dr Johnson's House
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Dr Johnson's House



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Dr Johnson (1709-1784) Critic, scholar, lexicographer, poet and man of letters. “When a man is tired of London he is tired of life”

In 1747 he was persuaded to subscribe to his plan of a Dictionary of the English language which was finally published in 1755 - and greeted with acclaim. Dr Johnson’s house, 17, Gough Square, London.

Our greeting cards are 203mm x 152mm in size and printed on 380gsm matt card complete with 150gsm envelopes and wrapped in cellophane. The fine art prints are A3 297mm x 420mm and A4 210mm x 297mm in size and printed on 300gsm paper.

All printing is light fast to prevent fading. Our printers are members of the Woodland Carbon off setting CO2 emissions from production by planting native woodland, here in the UK, through the Woodland Trust and the Woodland Carbon scheme

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