Christmas engraving showing the traditional Christmas tree are rare in Victorian periodicals , because the custom was introduced to queen Victoria by her husband prince Albert. It quickly gained popularity of course, but finding such engravings is a rare treat non the least. In my extensive collection I own very few only.
This one is a sweet image of the children admiring the newly set up three with mom near by.
Published for “Journal des Dames and Demoiselles” in the 1870’s
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