In case you hadn’t noticed Christmas is upon us once again!
The Museum’s collection is not without festive cheer, 1032 objects have ‘Christmas’ in the tile.
Christmas is the one time of the year people send cards all around the world all for the same purpose; check out some of the Museum’s amazing Christmas cards below
Some cards to sent to the relies overseas who believe that Kangaroos roam the streets even at Christmas or a casual reminder that we celebrate Christmas without snow.
2007/110/15-18 Christmas card, kangaroo design, cardboard, designed by Adrienne Higgs, made by Scribbly Graphics, Victoria and New South Wales, Australia, c.1978
P3143-14 Photo postcard, The Beach, Coogee, Many Happy Returns
This beautifully gilded and embossed Victorian card would definitely something for Grandma
A7825-32 Greeting card
A card for all the people who wish they had two elves to do there Christmas shopping
85/2601-3 Christmas postcard, elves and sleigh
A card with just a hint of wistful romance for someone special
P3539-8 Postcard, `Christmas Greeting’ wattle-fairy
The P Plater in the family?
85/2601-5 Christmas postcard, Father Xmas in automobile
A card as a gentle reminder to a sibling perhaps . . .
2004/90/1 Christmas card, sent to the Sing family, Surry Hills, paper, New South Wales, Australia, 1930 – 1960