O' Christmas Tree Cards
A cheery collection of 20th century imagery celebrates the festive Victorian icon: the Christmas tree. Includes images by Margaret W. Tarrant (1888-1959), Douglas Lionel Mays (1900-91), Molly Brett (1902–90), and Albert Chevallier Tayler (1862-1925). Prince Albert is often believed to have introduced the English to the German tradition of Christmas trees during the 1840s but the earliest Royal Christmas tree is thought to have been displayed by Queen Charlotte, the German wife of George III. The Queen decorated a potted yew for a party at Queen’s Lodge, Windsor in December 1800 and created an aristocratic fashion for similar trees.
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Overall product rating 4/5
27 December 2018
These are fine and were found to be useful.
06 November 2018
Beautiful cards with lovely greetings.
20 October 2018
Great qualit6and choice for differ3nt friends.
09 October 2018
Good traditional scenes - will be useful nearer the time. matched mt expectations.
18 August 2018
It was just as expected and varied
13 August 2018
Better than the photograph in the catalogue