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|Reference Number:-||Godden Number:-||Grant Catalogue Number:-|
|gt 226||not recorded||unknown|
Woven on Silk:-
Printed at top of card:-
Printed at bottom of card:-
Lift up flap: cm deep by cm wide
Overall card: 19.5cm deep by 17.1cm wide
by Geoffrey Godden:
Various woven calendars were made in different years - many mounted on postcards from the early 1900s onwards, others with Christmas or New Year greetings printed on the reverse side.
Several silks were incorporated in the covers or mounts of calendars (the calendar part being printed on paper in the normal manner) and these cannot be classed as woven calendars. Nevertheless, the finest post-war Grant silk pictures have been especially woven to enhance these standard calendars.
Godden did not infact record this 1926 calendar, attributing the title instead to the 1925 calendar.
On the calendar above, the central flap containing the silk, lifts up to reveal the 1926 calendar, together with an amusing motto.
calendar part of this silk, concealed behind the lift up flap containing the woven silk.