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The tradition of advent calendars can be traced back to the 19th century.One of the early practices was to put a chalk mark on a door for each day in December till Christmas Eve.Completely pulled out it is about 51 cm wide and 20,5 cm high. Nr 61.050 Printed in Sweden” (According to info found on the internet: Erik Olsson & Co., Sundbyberg/Solna, Sweden A29 Pop-up advent calendar with on the front and the back Santa in a chimney with toys and a cat, inside many children and angels, a house with Santa climbing in the chimney. On the front cover is what could be a signature “S. Z.” and on the back cover are the printers information “COPYRIGHT 6105 IF COPENHAGEN CARLSEN VERLAG GMBH–HAMBURG MADE IN DENMARK”. Calendar is designed by a danish couple, Jørgen and Ely Ploufmann (called themselves E. Printers information is in the margin below left what could be a logo “m” plus a “9” and on the right “Printed in Germany”. She worked for about 25 publishing houses among others in Danmark, Belgium, France and USA.Highlighted with glitter and doors numbered from 1 thru 24. Below left is printed “…Graf-Dreyer: Adventskalender A.” and on the right “Gedrukt und verlegt vom Verlag für Volkskunst und Volksbildung, Richard Keutel, Lahr in Baden.” On the back there is the text of the songs by "Frau Graf-Dreyer" for opening each door. Furthermore also nothing to do with the artist of the famous Hummel figurines. A28 Pop-up advent calendar, the front cover with Santa and holly. According to the person I bought this from it is from Michel Verlag Nürnberg and dates from around 1957. Most important publishing houses in Germany were Pittius Publishing House, where Frau Tucholsky worked as manager, Hermann Wolff Publishing House, AFKH - Artur F. Below right is the signature “Lore H.” (Lore Hummel) and in the margin below left is printed “Made in West Germany” and on the right “029”. On each sheet are two lines of a poem and when December 24th is reached, one has learned the complete poem “Weihnachtszeit” by Margit Backhus (1905-1975), drawings are by Maria Hohneck.The calendars are numbered and shown as they arrived in my collection and that is why they are not classified by illustrator or publisher, with the exception of the Barnens and Helmut Rudolph Adventscalendars. A7 Advent calendar, showing the front of a house with the windows and door numbered from 6 thru 24. Being more decorated with angels and greenery, it is a variation of the well known advent calendar no. It is signed bottom right corner something like “Lore H”(Lore Hummel) and on the bottom of the middle panel is printed “Haco 55” and “Printed in Western Germany”. Shown in the book “Weihnachtszeit” from the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum in München, page 28, photo no. The numbering is behind the 28 windows, above the bible text.
The advent period comprises approximately four weeks and always has 4 Sundays, while the total number of weekdays range from 22 to 27.Around 1880 printed prophecies became available (model in the form of vine leaves has been found). A9 Stand-up 5-panel advent calendar in the form of a nativity scene.The first printed Advent calendar dates from 1902, some mention 1904, but it was after WW2 that mass production started. Is from the “Verlag der St.-Johannis Druckerei, Dinglingen (Baden)”. It is highlighted with glitter and doors numbered from 1 thru 24. 7019” and “Buchhandlung der Evangelischen Gesellschaft, Stuttgart”.My first was given to me by a family member, who inherited this family Advent calendar from his mother, who was born in Germany.
I never had one before, knew about them, but had not paid much attention to them, but it was clear to me that it was an old one.He explained that there were 25 doors and that on December 1st the number 1 door was opened to reveal, in this case, biblical text; the next day door no.