This Anniversary Edition book is a lovely keepsake gift for a couple celebrating a wedding anniversary, especially if it’s a landmark number. The book contains the reproduction of a complete original national newspaper from the day of the wedding. Also included are scans of complete newspapers from the dates of each of the couple’s birth. It will be a constant reminder of that memorable day and the news and advertising that was hot at that time. The pages are bound in a premium Leatherette Green Cover Leatherette Cover hard cover with gold embossing (optional). The title page includes a name and a personal message. Size 380X310mm. Please note: If for any reason a newspaper does not exist for a particular date ( it’s a day on which newspapers weren’t published or it occurred during a strike) the following day’s front page will be used.
These books make a wonderful commemorative gift for a key date or milestone event. An ideal gift to celebrate a a Silver, Ruby or Golden wedding Anniversary.
Rekindle fond memories from a special occasion in the past or relive the news that happened on your day. An ideal glimpse of how the world was, as reported in the press at the time, from the headlines to the advertisements in what seems today a very different time.
Your Gift Personalised
This Newspaper gift can be personalised; you can personalise the certificate on the title page, with the recipient's Name and a Message. You can also, optionally, ‘Gold Emboss’ the front cover with the Name of the recipient. There's FREE embossing with the Black leather copy, and you can finish off your gift with a premium gift box.
Impressively large books, Tabloid sized. Content is taken from the Daily Mirror as it provides the best insight into periods past, though broad journalistic content, photographs (which many other titles 40, 50 years ago lacked), advertisements etc. Established in 1903 and Britain’s best selling post war paper up to the 1970s.
Please note: There will be occasions (very rarely) when a front page for your exact date isn't available. For example: No newspapers are printed on Christmas Day, Good Friday and during strikes, in which case a front page from the day after will be used.