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1953 Vintage Year Birthday Wine Bottle Card

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Vintage Year Card 1953 Wine Bottle. Each card contains intricate foil, fact about wine and a brief history of what happened the year you were born!

Front Text: Happy Birthday 1953 Vintage. The best hand-picked birthday wishes

Inside Text: From the Vine... 

From the Vine... Wines from the US, Australia, Chile, Argentina, New Zealand and South Africa usually list the grape variety on the label. French, Italian and Spanish wines usually list the region, Village or Vineyard where the wine is made, but not the grape

In 1953

  • Dwight D. Eisenhower is President 
  • Richard M. Nixon is Vice-President
  • HRH Elizabeth II is crowned Queen
  • John F. Kennedy weds Jacqueline Bouvier
  • The DMZ (demilitarized zone) is established between North and South Korea
  • The Salk polio vaccine tests successfully
  • Edmund Hillary Scales Mt. Everest
  • Major Charles Yeager reaches an air speed of more than 1600 mph
  • A new Buick Skylark costs $5,000.00; Q-Tips, 98 cents; Listerine, 79 cents
  • TV Guide and Playboy begin publications.
  • The first instant ice tea and Ozzie and Harriet are on TV
  • Ian Fleming publishes Casino Royale, the first of thirteen 007 Bond novels
  • The Yankees win their fifth World Series in a row, the first baseball team to do so. 
  • Also born in 1953--Pat Benatar, Christie Brinkley, Amy Irving, Deborah Allen, Grete Weitz, Sting, Dennis Miller, Kim Basinger

    Happy Birthday

    Back Text: Life's Essence. Go ahead, indulge yourself with the finest in birthday wishes for that special moment when another year doesn't mean getting older, it means again gracefully. Birthday Wishes 100% by Volume. You can recycle this card, but we prefer you keep it forever. Printed in Canada

    Card size: 9 3/16" high by 3 1/8" wide (letter size)


    Customer Reviews

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    Michelle Bailey
    High shipping cost

    The item was over packaged and therefore shipping cost was high. A simple envelope would have done the job with 80% less mailing cost.