Alcohol makes a great gift for any occasion, and with the fantastic customised gift sets available here at Historic Newspapers, you can find the perfect combination of a loved one’s favourite tipple and a fascinating historical newspaper from a date that is special to them.
Choose from a range that includes bottles of red or white wine, cognac, port, vodka, gin, prosecco, champagne, and many other great drinks. If alcohol isn’t their thing, there are a range of other newspaper presentation options available; ideal gift sets for any special occasion!
If you are looking for a wonderful and unusual gift for a birthday, anniversary, retirement, or just about any other special occasion for an adult, then you are certain to find something ideal in our range. Whether you want to have a nostalgic gift that will remind a loved one of a special date in their lives, or you want to find a fascinating historical gift, the newspapers in our gift sets will not disappoint, with content as it was when it was originally printed in your chosen year!
Great service. Very prompt delivery. Dad was delighted with his fifth for his 80th birthday. The box finishes it off nicely
Excellent service. Delivered on time and the paper is in a lovely presentation box! Would highly recommend
Very prompt. Lovely book . My friend absolutely loved this gift . Would certainly recommend
My dad loved his gift
My dad loved his gift! excellent
Beautifully produced. Very nicely packaged and it arrived very quickly. My 96 year old mum is thrilled with it. The perfect birthday gift for her.
Great personalised gift box
Great personalised gift box. Nice gift.
Website issues made up for by good phone service.
I think any dissapointment I had stems from issues with their website. Having tried to order product online several times over a weekend I was left wondering if I had ordered several times over. The product was just the ticket - good quality and very interesting. Had to prize it off my daughter who has little interest in anything more than about 5 years old so was surprised to see interest in a paper from 70 years ago. Nostalgia is not a thing of the past!