c. 1870. A b&w albumen photograph, #4096, by unknown photographer G.W.W. of this early Neolithic period stone structure.
According to Wikipedia: 'Little Kit's Coty House is a chambered long barrow located near to the village of Aylesford in the southeastern English county of Kent. Constructed circa 4000 BCE, during the Early Neolithic period of British prehistory, today it survives in a ruined state.' The stones are standing in a tripod shape supporting a large flat rock. 5 1/4 x 8", one mark at left margin not affecting image. Otherwise very good condition. Item #28006