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These newspaper yearbooks make wonderful commemorative gifts for key dates or milestone events, creating a unique memento for a one-of-a-kind occasion
- Personalise the inside page with a name and presentation message
- A complete, reproduced newspaper from any date
- Gold emboss the front cover with a name of choice
- Complete this gift with a luxury gift box
- Tabloid-sized measuring 31 x 38 cm
Are you searching for a truly unique and unforgettable gift? Do you want to mark a particular life event, or occasions in time, such as a golden wedding anniversary or 60th birthday? If so, this personalised newspaper yearbook is perfect for you. Newspapers chronicle a moment in history. This impressive book recreates history, through authentic newspaper coverage, from a date of your choice. Rekindle fond memories, relive a day special to you and gain a glimpse into a past world. Comprising genuine news, reported by the press at the time, from headlines to advertisements, this gift is carefully reproduced exactly as the newspapers were when they went to print—providing an uncanny window into days gone by.
How to Personalise the Newspaper YearBook
Personalise this unique gift with any name, up to 22 characters, and message, up to 150 characters over 5 lines. Your presentation message will appear on the certificate of the title page. For added appeal, why not emboss the recipient’s name on the book’s cover? Its luxury leather cover includes FREE embossing.
Tabloid-size, measuring an impressive 31 x 38 cm, this book’s content is taken from the Daily Mirror, Britain’s best-selling post-war newspaper up to the 1970s. In addition to wide-ranging journalistic content, photographs and advertisements are featured.
Please note: There may be (very rare) occasions when the front page for your date is not 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. Your text will appear exactly as you have entered it, so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalisation. Accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.