On This Day Perpetual Calendar


Need some color in your office? This dry erase perpetual calendar would certainly add that (a rainbow=pow!) along with some knowledge: rub each black box and the heat friction reveals an interesting event on that date in history.

Laminated for use with dry erase marker (not included). Made in the UK.

On This Day Perpetual Calendar

Includes 365 facts, for example:
August 12, 1851 Isaac Singer, an American inventor, patents the sewing machine.
December 10, 1901 The First Nobel Prizes are awarded in Stockholm Sweden.
May 22, 1906 The Wright Brothers are granted a Patent for their “Flying Machine.”
August 6, 1926 Houdini performs his greatest feat, spending 91 minutes underwater in a sealed tank before escaping.

Available from UncommonGoods.com, 25.00.

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