The Birthday Edition Newspaper Book is the perfect gift for anyone who’s ever wondered what was making the headlines on each and every one of their birthdays.
Here’s how it works. The personalised Birthday Edition Newspaper Books feature a front page newspaper reprint from the recipient’s Date of Birth and then every birthday thereafter. So if, for example, their birth date was the 1st September 1953, this will be the first front page to appear. After that, it’ll be 1st September 1954, then ’55, then ’56 and so on, all the way through to present day.
Opposite each front-page reprint is a blank page that the recipient can fill with photos and messages that relate to that year. As you’d expect, it’s also worth bearing in mind that the book’s thickness will depend greatly on the age of the recipient.
The newspaper book will be available in two finishes. There’s a Racing Green Leatherette version, and you’ll also find a luxury, black leather edition. Whichever style you go for, you’ll be able to include a personal message and the option of gold embossing the front cover.
Your Gift Personalised
To personalise this unique Birthday Edition newspaper book, simply add the recipient’s Name and your personal Messagewhich is then printed on a certificate on the title page of the book. For an extra special touch, gold emboss the recipient’s Name on the front cover.
These fantastic personalised books measure an impressive 38 x 31cm, approximately tabloid size and beautifully bound in a choice of hardback covers. 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.