Henry Cole was the first man to sell Christmas card in London in 1843. He sold them for one shilling. He used the money he had made from these sales in order to set up a public information office. As a result, the Post Office has evolved into a business that allows people to send and receive cards without having to worry about how to reply. And while it’s a small gesture, sending a Christmas card can be just as important as sending one!
There are several different types of cards that can be sent. In the late 1840s, a German printer produced the first Christmas cards in America. They were very expensive, and most people could not afford them. Louis Prang, a Boston-based lithographer, made the first Christmas card commercially in the United Kingdom. This process allowed for a very realistic picture of the holiday and allowed the production of five millions cards in one year.