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Victorian Collection

During the Victorian era, Christmas was a special time of year

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Background imageVictorian Collection: First Christmas Card by Sir Henry Cole and John Horsley

First Christmas Card by Sir Henry Cole and John Horsley
Reputedly the first Christmas card, this was designed by Horsley in 1843, and a coloured version sent out by Sir Henry Cole in 1846

Background imageVictorian Collection: In the Days of Dickens by Cecil Aldin

In the Days of Dickens by Cecil Aldin
A coach and horses laden with jovial travellers looking very much like the Pickwick Club drive into a village to stop by a handsome looking coaching inn

Background imageVictorian Collection: Scrooge Sees Marley Face

Scrooge Sees Marley Face
Scrooge is startled to see Marleys face on his door, instead of the knocker

Background imageVictorian Collection: Six owl bellringers on a Christmas card

Six owl bellringers on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Seascape on a sail-shaped Christmas card

Seascape on a sail-shaped Christmas card
Seascape with sailing boat on a sail-shaped Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Bob Cratchit & Tiny Tim

Bob Cratchit & Tiny Tim
Happy at the prospect of a hearty Christmas dinner, due to the generosity of the reformed Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit carries his son Tiny Tim on his shoulder

Background imageVictorian Collection: Victorian church warden lighting fire on Christmas Eve

Victorian church warden lighting fire on Christmas Eve
Vintage engraving of from the childrens story of The Robins Christmas Eve, 19th Century

Background imageVictorian Collection: Scene from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, 1843. Artist: John Leech

Scene from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, 1843. Artist: John Leech
Scene from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, 1843. The irascible, curmudgeonly Ebenezer Scrooge, sitting alone on Christmas Eve, is visited by the ghost of Marley, his late business partner

Background imageVictorian Collection: Victorian Greeting Card - Owls with Lantern

Victorian Greeting Card - Owls with Lantern
Two owls standing with a lantern. Date: circa 1890

Background imageVictorian Collection: Coach and horses in the snow on a Christmas card

Coach and horses in the snow on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Coldstream Guards on a Christmas and New Year card

Coldstream Guards on a Christmas and New Year card, changing sentry duty in the snow. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Cats enjoying a party on a Christmas card

Cats enjoying a party on a Christmas card
A family of cats enjoying a party on a Christmas card, by Louis Wain. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Lobster Jockey

Lobster Jockey
circa 1880: A mouse rides a lobster on this Victorian Christmas greetings card. The card wishes the recipient Paix, Joie, Sante, Bonheur or Peace, Joy, Health and Happiness

Background imageVictorian Collection: Christmas scene with Santa Claus and yule log

Christmas scene with Santa Claus and yule log. There are rabbit musicians, geese pulling the log, a pudding, a boars head, and people carrying flaming torches. 19th century

Background imageVictorian Collection: Owl and foxes carrying food on a Christmas card

Owl and foxes carrying food on a Christmas card
An owl and three foxes carrying a roast bird, cutlery and holly through the snow on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Skating in Hyde Park 64R_HYD_1850_S

Skating in Hyde Park 64R_HYD_1850_S
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Hyde Park. Skating on the Serpentine, c.1850. Chiaroscuro woodcut in black and three colours

Background imageVictorian Collection: Christmas Day in the Workhouse

Christmas Day in the Workhouse
Illustration and opening verses of In the Workhouse: Christmas Day - better known as Christmas Day in the Workhouse, written by George R Sims in 1877

Background imageVictorian Collection: Butterflies and flowers on a palette-shaped Christmas card

Butterflies and flowers on a palette-shaped Christmas card
Butterflies and flowers with a snow scene on a palette-shaped Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Christmas card in the shape of a banjo

Christmas card in the shape of a banjo. circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Scrooge at his Desk

Scrooge at his Desk
Old Scrooge sat busy in his counting house

Background imageVictorian Collection: Scrooge Sees Grave

Scrooge Sees Grave
The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come shows Scrooge his gravestone

Background imageVictorian Collection: Fezziwigs Ball - A Christmas Carol, 1843 (coloured etching)

Fezziwigs Ball - A Christmas Carol, 1843 (coloured etching)
465482 Fezziwigs Ball - A Christmas Carol, 1843 (coloured etching) by Leech, John (1817-64); 13x9 cm; Free Library of Philadelphia; (add.info)

Background imageVictorian Collection: Four frogs ice skating on a Christmas card

Four frogs ice skating on a Christmas card
Four frogs ice skating hand in hand on a Christmas card, with comic verse below. circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Coach and horses in the snow on a Christmas card

Coach and horses in the snow on a Christmas card. circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Stagecoach and horses on an oval Christmas card

Stagecoach and horses on an oval Christmas card
Stagecoach and horses travelling through the snow at night on an oval Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Puss in Boots

Puss in Boots -- walking along a country lane. 19th century

Background imageVictorian Collection: Three Little Kittens

Three Little Kittens
The Three Little Kittens are washing their mittens. 19th century

Background imageVictorian Collection: G Sparagnapane Christmas crackers

G Sparagnapane Christmas crackers
Catalogue cover for G Sparagnapane and Co, ornamental confectioners and manufacturers of Christmas crackers

Background imageVictorian Collection: Osborne House at Christmas N071981

Osborne House at Christmas N071981
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Interior view. Hallway with Christmas decorations and view through to Christmas tree in stairwell. Some items shown maybe on loan from the Royal Collection

Background imageVictorian Collection: Victorian Greeting Card - The Pickpocket

Victorian Greeting Card - The Pickpocket
Two penguins out for a stroll whilst a sparrow picks a pocket. Date: circa 1890

Background imageVictorian Collection: Victorian Greeting Card - Owls in Town

Victorian Greeting Card - Owls in Town
Two owls in top hats out at night. Date: circa 1890

Background imageVictorian Collection: Cats enjoying a dinner party on a Christmas card

Cats enjoying a dinner party on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: St Matthias Church, Stoke Newington ME001062

St Matthias Church, Stoke Newington ME001062
ST MATTHIAS CHURCH, Wordsworth Road, Stoke Newington, Hackney, London. Pen and ink sketch impression of Christmas decorations and temporary reredos around 1870, with lady in period costume

Background imageVictorian Collection: Lighting the gas lamps for a dinner party, 1800s

Lighting the gas lamps for a dinner party, 1800s
Guests awaiting the return of gas-light during a Christmas dinner-party, New York City, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th century illustration

Background imageVictorian Collection: Ye Olde Christmas Side Board. Osborne House, 1888 D880038

Ye Olde Christmas Side Board. Osborne House, 1888 D880038
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Ye Olde Christmas Side Board. Osborne 1888

Background imageVictorian Collection: Great Expectations: The Dickens Christmas Spirit by Matania

Great Expectations: The Dickens Christmas Spirit by Matania
A Dickensian Christmas as imagined by the Italian-born artist, Fortunino Matania, who in his later career concentrated on historical genre subjects

Background imageVictorian Collection: Cartoon, Queen Victorias Christmas, A Vision

Cartoon, Queen Victorias Christmas, A Vision (based on Dickens story, A Christmas Carol). Gladstone as Scrooge sleeps while Disraeli (who had died five years earlier)

Background imageVictorian Collection: Decorated Christmas tree with toys and food below

Decorated Christmas tree with toys and food below. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Four cats drinking tea on a Christmas card

Four cats drinking tea on a Christmas card
Four cats drinking tea and chatting on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Kitten with a violin on a Christmas card

Kitten with a violin on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Two horses in the snow

Two horses in the snow. circa 1890s

Background imageVictorian Collection: Victorian Christmas

Victorian Christmas
A family at their Christmas dinner, circa 1840. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageVictorian Collection: William Shakespeare on a Christmas card

William Shakespeare on a Christmas card
Head and shoulders profile portrait of William Shakespeare with a quotation on a Christmas card (front and back covers) -- Heaven bless you and prosper your affairs (Henry IV, Part 2)

Background imageVictorian Collection: Christmas Day 100 years ago by H. L. Oakley

Christmas Day 100 years ago by H. L. Oakley
Charming silhouettes cut by H. L. Oakley depicting a traditional Victorian Christmas. The morning begins with a visit to church, followed by skating on a frozen pond

Background imageVictorian Collection: The Kindly Robin, Victorian Christmas card (colour litho)

The Kindly Robin, Victorian Christmas card (colour litho)
STC214692 The Kindly Robin, Victorian Christmas card (colour litho) by Castell Brothers (19th century); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageVictorian Collection: Irish Christmas greetings card (chromolitho)

Irish Christmas greetings card (chromolitho)
731699 Irish Christmas greetings card (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Irish Christmas greetings card)

Background imageVictorian Collection: Christmas scene at the Evelina Childrens Hospital

Christmas scene at the Evelina Childrens Hospital
Christmas comes but once a year -- a scene at the Evelina Childrens Hospital, founded in Southwark, London, in 1869. A sick little girl is visited by her mother and younger sister

Background imageVictorian Collection: Large family enjoying a victorian christmas dinner

Large family enjoying a victorian christmas dinner
Vintage engraving of from the story of the Curmudgeons Christmas, by Randolph Caldecott. Large family enjoying a victorian christmas dinner



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Victorian Collection

During the Victorian era, Christmas was a special time of year. People celebrated with feasts, decorations and gifts. Special days included Christmas Eve, when families gathered for a traditional dinner and exchanged presents; Boxing Day, when servants were given boxes of food and clothing as gifts; New Year's Day, when people visited family and friends to exchange good wishes; Twelfth Night, which marked the end of the festive season with a grand feast; and Epiphany or Three Kings' Day on January 6th. During this time period, people also enjoyed carol singing in churches and homes as well as outdoor activities like ice skating on frozen ponds. The Victorians truly embraced the spirit of Christmas.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Victorian collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art and framed prints that capture the essence of the holiday season in 19th century England. Our collection features beautifully illustrated scenes depicting traditional Christmas activities such as caroling, gift-giving, and feasting. These images are perfect for adding a touch of vintage charm to any home during the festive season. The artwork in our collection showcases intricate details and vibrant colors that bring these historical moments to life. Each piece is carefully curated to evoke feelings of nostalgia while also celebrating the timeless traditions that have been passed down through generations. Whether you're looking for a unique gift or simply want to add some classic holiday decor to your home, the Victorian collection has something for everyone. With its high-quality prints and elegant framing options, our collection is sure to become a cherished part of your holiday traditions for years to come.
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What are Victorian (Christmas Special Days) art prints?

Victorian Christmas Special Days art prints are a collection of vintage artworks that depict various scenes and traditions associated with the festive season during the Victorian era. These prints showcase intricate details, vibrant colors, and nostalgic themes that capture the essence of Christmas celebrations in the 19th century. The collection includes images of decorated trees, carolers singing on snowy streets, families gathered around fireplaces exchanging gifts, and other holiday customs popularized during Queen Victoria's reign. The prints are available in different sizes and formats to suit individual preferences. These art prints make for beautiful decorations or thoughtful gifts for anyone who appreciates history or has an interest in traditional Christmas festivities. They can be framed or displayed as standalone pieces to add a touch of vintage charm to any room. Victorian Christmas Special Days art prints offer a glimpse into the past while celebrating timeless holiday traditions that continue to bring joy today.
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What Victorian (Christmas Special Days) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Victorian Christmas special days art prints that you can purchase. These prints depict various scenes and themes related to the festive season, including traditional Christmas celebrations, winter landscapes, and religious iconography. Some popular options include depictions of Santa Claus delivering presents on his sleigh, families gathered around the fireplace opening gifts, and snow-covered streets decorated with holiday lights. Many of these prints feature intricate details and vibrant colors that capture the spirit of Victorian-era Christmas traditions. In addition to traditional artwork, Media Storehouse also offers vintage-style posters and advertisements featuring classic holiday imagery. Whether you're looking for a nostalgic piece to add to your home decor or a unique gift for someone special, our collection has something for everyone. With so many options available, you're sure to find the perfect print to celebrate this magical time of year.
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How do I buy Victorian (Christmas Special Days) art prints?

To buy Victorian art prints from Media Storehouse, you can follow a few simple steps. Firstly, visit the website and browse through the collection of Victorian Christmas art prints available. Once you have found the print that catches your eye, select the size and format that suits your needs. Next, add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your personal details and payment information before confirming your order. We offer a secure online payment system for all purchases made on their website. They also provide excellent customer service in case you encounter any issues during the buying process. Once you have completed your purchase, Media Storehouse will process your order promptly and ship it directly to you. With their high-quality printing techniques and attention to detail, you can be sure that your Victorian Christmas art print will arrive looking stunningly beautiful.
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How much do Victorian (Christmas Special Days) art prints cost?

Victorian Christmas special days art prints are a popular choice for those who love the traditional festive season. The cost of these prints can vary depending on various factors such as size, quality, and design. However, we offer a wide range of Victorian Christmas special days art prints at affordable prices. The price range for these art prints is reasonable and accessible to all budgets. Whether you're looking for an elegant piece to decorate your home or office during the holiday season or searching for a unique gift idea, there's something available that suits every taste and budget. Media Storehouse has an extensive collection of Victorian Christmas special days art prints that showcase the beauty and charm of this era. These timeless pieces capture the essence of the holidays with their intricate details, vibrant colors, and nostalgic themes. If you're looking to purchase Victorian Christmas special days art prints without breaking the bank, Media Storehouse is an excellent option. We offer high-quality artwork at reasonable prices that will add warmth and character to any space during the festive period.
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How will my Victorian (Christmas Special Days) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Victorian Christmas Special Days art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. The company takes great care in packaging your order so that it arrives at your doorstep without any damage. Your prints will be carefully rolled up and placed inside a sturdy tube, which is then sealed with tape to prevent any moisture or dust from entering. Media Storehouse uses reliable shipping services to ensure that your package reaches you on time. You can track the progress of your delivery online using the tracking number provided by the company. Once your package arrives, simply unroll the prints and display them as desired. The quality of these art prints is exceptional, capturing all the charm and elegance of Victorian-era Christmas celebrations. Whether you're looking for a unique gift or want to add some festive cheer to your home decor, these beautiful prints are sure to delight.