8 double cards with motifs from Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales. The motifs on the cards and the year.
The Swineherd – 1841
The Little Match Seller – 1845
The Dream-God – 1841
The Little Mermaid – 1837
The shepherdess and the chimney sweeper – 1845
Thumbelina – 1835
The Tinderbox – 1835
The Ugly Duckling – 1843
Hans Christian Andersen is the world’s most famous fairy tale poet. He has written plays, poems, travelogues and novels, but he is best known for his adventures, aimed at both adults and children. The first adventures were published in 1835.
HC Andersen wrote more than 150 fairy tales, translated into more than 100 different languages.
The cards are printed on a European Swan-labelled company and are made of eco-friendly FSC paper.
The envelopes are made of eco-friendly eucalyptus paper.