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Though cardboard or paper is usually not felt as very suited for the making of Christmas ornaments, there is a rich tradition in this regard. What had started with chromolithographed scraps or die-cuts on waffles and gingerbreads, was hitting his peak, already before 1900, with the world famous Dresdner Cardboard. Bohemian homeworkers have spun this thread out and developed an independent, more simplified version, known as Bohemian Cardboard. Also, compare the rubric Paper.
The Ornament → Antique Ornaments → Cardboard
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