If you're looking for a unique and personal gift that's guaranteed to make that special someone feel like one of a kind, look no further! Our original newspaper collates a variety of newspaper clippings from the date of your choice and is sure to take them on a trip down memory lane!
What better way to own a piece of history than with a newspaper from the actual date it was printed?! There are no photocopies or reproductions, only the real thing taken straight from the archives complete with the distinctive smell and unmistakable feel of an old newspaper.
Wherever possible, the newspaper you receive will be The Times. When The Times is not available another newspaper will be selected. For dates before 1966, the front page of The Times newspaper had no headline or pictures as it consisted of notices and advertisements.
Choose between the newspaper on its own or one of our gift box options that will also include a personalised Certificate of Authenticity, which features their name and a message of your choice.
What Can I Put On My Certificate Of Authenticity?
Add their name, using up to 30 characters, the occasion you're celebrating, using up to 40 characters and a personal message, using up to 70 characters to appear over two lines.
We will personalise the certificate exactly how it is entered so please ensure all spelling and punctuation is correct.
Please Note: The 'Newspaper Only' option does not include a certificate of authenticity.
Choosing Your Newspaper Date
Simply select the date you wish to appear from the calendar icon.
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 Times newspaper 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.
Some dates on which special events took place may also incur additional charges (this is because they are much rarer newspapers than other dates), but our team will contact you prior to dispatch to confirm you wish to proceed with the additional cost.
Gift Box Options:
We also have a choice of presentation boxes to help complete your gift. Our red Standard Gift Box comes printed with 'A Day to Remember' in elegant silver foil. The newspaper itself is delicately wrapped in tissue and carefully packed with the Certificate of Authenticity.
The dark green Premium Gift Box is silver embossed with 'A Day to Remember...' on the front cover and is almost twice the size of our standard gift box.
Or pull out all the stops with the elegantly hand-made Wooden Presentation Box. Lined with lavish red felt, the box features two brass hinges and a locking catch that ensures the Original Newspaper will always be safe. There’s no better way to display a piece of history and it’s the perfect option if you’re looking to really push the boat out.