A creative way to commemorate birthdays, this unique Personalized Los Angeles Headlines Newspaper Book allows you to relive the headlines from every birthday of someone's life. For example, if their birth date was May 6, 1961 this will be the first page to appear. After that, it'll be May 6, 1962, then '63, then '64 and so on, all the way to their last birthday. Opposite each Los Angeles front-page reprint is a blank page that can be filled with photos, keepsakes or memories relating to that year. Personalize the burgundy leatherette, hard-back cover of this large, "Birthday Edition" book with a name or message in gold embossing. A welcome gift for any history buff or someone who enjoys reading the newspaper. Includes personalized Certificate Label. Please specify date, and personalization for Cover and introduction page's Certificate Label.
• Custom Los Angeles Front Pages Newspaper Birthday Book • Collection of Lost Angeles headline reprints from a specified date • Opposite each page is a blank page for photos or memories • Burgundy leatherette, hard-back cover with gold embossing • Creative way to commemorate birthdays
Dimensions 15"L x 12-1/2"W x 1/2"H
Shipping Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
Personalization Date Virtually all dates available from 1900 Cover Name, up to 22 characters Certificate Label Name and Message, up to 150 characters
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