From Brück and Sohn (Printers in Meissen, Germany 1793-2018) a charming Advent Calendar of Goslar. The Marktkirche pictured on this delightful advent calendar (10" x 15") was first mentioned in the 12th century and is the most iconic building in Goslar's Old Town.
The Rammelsberg Mine and the Old Town of Goslar were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992: an impressive label that has transformed this memorial to mining and the history of the town of Goslar into one of Germany’s most precious cultural assets. The Upper Harz water management system, the world’s largest and most important network of dams and ditches, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in August 2010. The Rammelsberg Mine can now be toured as a museum and visitor mine.
Click on the small image to the left to see some of the artwork behind the calendar windows.
After celebrating their anniversary in October 2018 of 225 years, the 7th generation, Annette and Helmut Brück, are now retired and have closed their doors. An era has come to an end.
The Brücks plan to explore the history of their company and offer a small museum and postcard archive which are preserved in Meissen and which is open to the public by appointment.
My Growing Traditions has scavenged where we could and replenished our inventory in hopes of being able to make them available to you as long as possible.
From Brück and Sohn (Printers in Meissen, Germany 1793-2018) a charming Advent Calendar depicting Christmas Mail (Weihnachtspost) Victorian times - delivered by horse and buggy. This delightful...
From Brück and Sohn (Printers in Meissen, Germany 1793-2018) a charming Victorian Advent Calendar of a Christmas Market booth. This delightful advent calendar is 10" x 15"....
Christmas Market at Neuschwanstein Advent Calendar with mailing envelope 24 doors to open, one each day of December until Christmas 11"H x 15"W Children waiting outside...