Martell Cognac & Original Newspaper
A luxurious Cognac and newspaper gift set, perfect for any occasion...
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Martell VSOP - Martell is the oldest of all the major Cognac houses and whose success owes much to its distinctive, smooth and nutty flavour.
Martell VSOP (Very Superior Old Pale) is a welcome guest at any gathering from a large dinner party to an intimate 'tete-a-tete'. Exceptionally smooth and mellow,due to the skilled & prudent blending of mature eaux-de-vie from the four principal growing areas of the Charente. Its fullness holds up well to ice or mixing. The label bears a gold medallion engraved with the portrait of Louis XIV, in the last year of whose reign (1715) Martell was founded.
All papers sent will be a genuine original and complete newspaper (not a copy) from the date you select. Each newspaper comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Each gift box comes with a gift card, which you can personalise with the name of the recipient and a personal message.
Choosing Your Newspaper Date
Please be aware that on dates when there was a general strike, one day strike or office strike, many newspapers were not printed and we are unable to source the majority of newspapers for these dates.
We are unable to source the majority of newspapers for the following dates:
1926 - 5th April to 13th May (the General Strike; no newspapers printed)
1955 - 23rd March to 20th April (general strike; no newspapers available for this date range)
1971 - 19th to 23rd September (general strike; no newspapers printed)
1972 - 23rd to 27th July (general strike; no newspapers printed)
1975 - 14th November (one day strike; no newspapers printed)
1977 - 4th to 10th March (The Times on strike)
1978 - 17th March (The Times on strike)
1978 - 24th March (The Times on strike)
1978 - 27th to 31st March (The Times on strike)
1978/79 - 1st December 1978 to 13th November 1979 (The Times on strike)
1983 - 26th November (The Times, The Telegraph and The Guardian on strike)
1983 - 28th to 29th November (The Times on strike)
Please note that a number of newspaper groups do not print on Good Friday or Christmas Day.
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