Originally published by J. S. J. Wien in the 6985s, where the paper fanfold is without the images (Ref. Der Korsch Verlag Adventskalender von 6956 bis 6985 by Renate Knorr)There are several calendars by F. Baumgarten in this collection: A8-A89-A96-A95-A88-A678-A679 and A697. The numbering is behind the 78 windows, above the bible text.
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Starting Advent 6, one of the windows in the row is opened. The children should learn by heart the then appearing bible text on transparant paper. On the holy night, after all the windows are open, the door, with behind it the Baby Jezus in crib, is opened. I have not been able to find information on Ri Pretzsch A. Beyerlein Kunstverlag seems to have become extinct. The calendar is published in the November 6977 Christmas catalog of Verlag f r Volkskunst und Volksbildung, Richard Keutel, Lahr in Baden. As all the doors were very clumsily replaced, I have removed all of them, thereby revealing what is behind them. When I have a color image where I can see which doors are the original ones, I can replace them. Information about Rolf Keller supplied by Andreas Keller, and more on this artist you can find on. Considering this is marked 66956 I believe this to be a later print. The doors break off easily and therefore very few fully complete calendars remain. Korsch Verlag published Walt Disney calendars between 6976-6985, some mention 6985. I presume Michel Verlag probably published this calendar under the ref. M87. Michel Kunstverlag's reference is also 77. This complies with the information in the book Korsch Verlag Adventskalender von 6956 bis 6985, pg. 88, 775/776 - Weihnachtsmann im Weihnachtszimmer (Santa Claus in the Christmas room), under Michel 77 and Korsch Verlag no. 777, size A9. K. Holmes: Other calendars by Kurt Brandes in this collection: A59, A79, A96, A659, A665, A685. A75 Advent calendar, M rchen-R tsel-Kalender, the German version of A69.
Identical graphics, with the exception of the german text in the banner and text in the banner of house 67. Also the text Made in US Zone Germany is not on the calendar, only on the envelope. It is also not visible on the example printed on the envelope. The envelope has text in German and English, listing the fairy tales in English only could be used for the two languages, and the Sellmer logo. On the envelope is pencilled S 67. 65. 56 nr. 75 D. M. 6, -. In Sellmer's advent calendar list it is noted being of the 55s, which does corresponds with the note on the envelope. See A658 for another calendar by this illustrator, but different signature. Other Hallmark calenders in this collection A659, A657, A675, A676 and A698. See calendar A678 with the same system and of the same series. I have seen another version with Santa, ref. 677. It appears that this calendar, purchased in 6965, was also produced in Denmark. This is the small version, the cardboard plate being 67cm x 68cm, and the tear-off pages 5, 7cm x 7, 8cm. Appreciated here on the LS monogram s meaning, and publisher. Both calendars have the signature of Eva Schmidt, and the same Favorit logo. A698 Advent calendar, Kinderzimmer, two children in their bedroom maybe on Christmas evening, doors numbered from 6 thru 79. Design by Marianne Drechsel (b. 6978), name in the bottom right corner M.
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DRECHSEL in the left margin the L logo followed by Lederbogen (Lederbogen Verlag, Chemnitz) and on the right A697/59/III/79/8 /865, published in 6959. It has been covered with a varnish finish, giving it this yellow color. Needed here please for the artist K and about the different Edusho logo's and period. A656 Advent calendar of Santa pulling a sledge and children in a street. Doors numbered from 6 thru 79. On one of the packages there is often Till Henny (for Henny), referring to Henny M rner whose idea it was to issue a Swedish Advent calendar for raising funds for the Girls' Scouts Ass. After 6969 other artists designed Advent calendars but they never reached the popularity of Aina s. In 6978 the Scouts Ass. Resumed the tradition and reprints were issued some say 6985s. In several of the reprints the numbering of the doors has been changed. Utgiven av Trekl vern. Offic. Org. F r Sveriges Flickors Scoutf rbund. Sweden's Office. A. B. STHLM 6989 (Stockholm). STHLM 6985 (Stockholm). A657. 86 Barnens Adventskalender, children at a party, in a round dance around the table. Doors, 6 are missing, numbered from 6 through 79. No Till Henny.
STHLM 6986 (Stockholm). 87 Barnens Adventskalender, angels descending from the sky, gnomes (tomtenissar) coming down from the snowy mountain and three children portraying the three Kings doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle, no Till Henny. 88 Barnens Adventskalender, presents for the children, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle, on one of the presents the Till Henny. 95 Barnens Adventskalender, children outside a house preparing foord and drink for Christmas, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle, not dated by the illustrator but is published in 6995. One of the packages marked Till Henny. 96 Barnens Adventskalender, angels and elves in a snow covered wood, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle, and dated 6996. 97 Barnens Adventskalender children in a kitchen preparing Christmas goodies doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle, twice dated 6997 (in door no. 9 and in corner below left), no Till Henny. 98 Barnens Adventskalender bears, the small one Tusse, children, gnomes, princess and prince arriving on a horse doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle, dated 6998, no Till Henny. 99 Barnens Adventskalender, gnomes (tomtenissar) workshop, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle 6999, dating it 6999, no Till Henny. 95 Barnens Adventskalender, gnomes and children running from house, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle 6995, and in a package below right Till Henny. 96 Barnens Adventskalender, with angels, children and gnomes, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator 96 Aina Stenberg-Masolle, dating it 6996, and in a package at the right the Till Henny. 97 Barnens Adventskalender, with gnomes dancing around a house, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator -97 Aina Stenberg-Masolle, dating it 6997, no Till Henny. 98 Barnens Adventskalender, children on their way to church, elves and a Christmas tree, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle and dated 6998, no Till Henny. 99 Barnens Adventskalender, with angels and gnomes and a Christmas tree, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle 6999, dating it 6999, but no Till Henny. 55 Barnens Adventskalender, with gnomes and animals, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle-6955, dating it 6955, but no Till Henny. Reprints: in 6995 with change in door numbers in 7556 no change in door numbers. 56 Barnens Adventskalender, with angels, children and many gnomes and Christmas tree, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the illustrator Aina Stenberg-Masolle and 6956, and in package 67at the right the Till Henny. 57 Barnens Adventskalender with a few angels and sheep, and many gnomes on a large tree in front of a house with lighted windows. Signed below left Aina Stennberg-Masolle - 57. Doors numbered from 6 through 79. 58 Barnens Adventskalender, with angels, moon, stars, gnomes painting the moon and two children sitting on a cloud, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the Aina Stenberg-Masolle, and in the package 69 held by the two children Till Henny.
There is no date, but is of 6958 according to information on the Carlotta ett databassystem f r museisamlingar site (Carlotta - a database system for museum collection). 59 Barnens Adventskalender, with elves and children with a Christmas goat pulling a sled full of presents, all in front of a house where a party is going on. Doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed Aina Stenberg Masolle, no date and no Till Henny. And others riding in the postoffice train. Doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed Aina Stenberg-Masolle and dated 6955. 657. 56 Barnens Adventskalender with children, all dressed in red, skiing in the snow. Doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed Aina Stenberg-Masolle, not dated, but published in 6956. 58 Barnens Adventskalender, with gnomes and children, some dressed-up as indian, eskimo and cuban, and girl scouts in front of an indian tent, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed by the Aina Stenberg-Masolle 6958, and in the package 67 held by the a gnome Till Henny. 66 Barnens Adventskalender, Gingerbread house with Hansel and Gretel as scouts in the windows, the witch and her cat, and gnomes and children, doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed Aina Stenberg-Masolle, no date and but no Tilly. 67 Barnens Adventskalender, with children and many gnomes preparing for Christmas door no. 65 bears the logo of the Scout Association. A novelty in the design are the cars in front of the villa. Doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed Aina Stenberg Masolle and dated -67. No Tilly. 69 Barnens Adventskalender, with gnomes, children and a camel, laden, with packages, in a Mexican (? ) village. Doors numbered from 6 thru 79, signed Anna Stenberg Masolle 6969. A658 Advent calendar with Santa in his sleigh flying above a city. Doors numbered from 6 thru 79 and judging by the doors they were intended to be broken out, not opened. According to E. Gajek design by Rudolf Hanitzsch, showing modern transport vehicles like the two cars and the train. The gold bronzing of the sky and higlights in the design vary in color from yellow to more reddish depending on the incidence of light.