Johannes Gutenberg printed a twelve-page pamphlet with the first New Year’s greeting at Mainz, Germany on December 1454. Reading as, Ein gut selig nuwe Jar (a good, blessed new year). The pamphlet was entitled Eyn Manung der Christenheit widder die Durken or “A Warning to Christendom against the Turks”.
- Johannes Gutenberg – Wikipedia
Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg was a German blacksmith, goldsmith, printer, …. After this, there is a gap of four years in the record. In 1448 … One of the profit-making enterprises of the new press was the printing of thousands of … (February 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) …
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Dec 10, 2014 – Right about now, many of us are feverishly buying (or printing!) holiday cards. … But this is indisputably the first printed New Year’s greeting.
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- The Invention of Printing | The Morgan Gutenberg Bible Online | The …
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- New Year’S Day – Project Gutenberg Australia
Title: New Year’S Day (1924)
Author: Edith Wharton
* A Project Gutenberg of … As for old Sillerton Jackson, who, once a social custom had dropped into disuse, ….. Suddenly her smile deepened; she was evidently greeting an old friend.