Neuschwanstein Castle Advent Calendar - Out of Print

From Brück and Sohn (Printers in Meissen, Germany, 1793-2018) a charming Advent Calendar of Bavarian King Ludwig II standing before Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. This delightful advent calendar is 10" x 15".

The Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most important tourist destinations in Germany. The castle was built by King Ludwig above Hohenschwangau near Fuessen. The construction began in 1869 and was not completed, since Ludwig II, also called the Fairy King, died before he completion. The Bavarian fairy-tale castle has held the name Neuschwanstein since 1886.   

Click on the small image to the left to see some of the artwork behind the calendar windows.

AK2289

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. 

Made in Germany
1793 - 2018
Item No. BR14 / AK2289



May We Also Recommend...