Front Page Newspaper Mug
- Personalised with a front page spread of a newspaper from Any Date of your choice
- Choose a Date as far back as 1900 and see it printed on the reverse
- Classic white 10oz ceramic mug
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
- Scratch resistant
Friends and relatives will enjoy their tea break even more when given this lovely mug, which features a front page spread of a newspaper from any Date of your choice, as far back as 1900.
This awesome newspaper mug owes its individuality to its surface design, which was created using the front page of a newspaper from a special date – it’s a winning gift for your favourite friend or relative.
Reproduced from the original newspapers of the day, this mug makes a wonderful gift for everyday use. Whenever the recipient kicks back with their steaming mug of tea or coffee, not only will they rekindle fond memories from any special occasion in the past or relive the news as it happened on their special day, but they’ll also remember you.
Personalise Your Mug
Before you buy your personalised gift, consider the following points:
- What was making the news on that special day?
- What was making the news on the day they were born or on the day they were married?
- Was it Coronation Day? Did man land on the moon? Or did England win the World Cup?
Go on; make someone’s day with this timeless gift. Your chosen Date front page Daily Mirror newspaper will be printed on a classic, 10oz ceramic mug.
Both dishwasher and microwave safe, the mug bears a classic white design and is standard mug size. Due to the size of the reprint, some body copy may not be fully legible. On older newspapers, the date is often printed to a smaller size than we are used to seeing in more recent newspapers. Headlines may not be suitable for all occasions.
Please note: The Mirror was on strike from 26th March 1955 through to 20th April 1955. As such, if your chosen date falls during this strike period, we will be unable to supply this item. Please note: Headlines may not be suitable for all occasions.