Yes, it's that festive time of year again and whether you're thinking about delighting the Beatles fan in your family with one of our Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite prints, impressing that impossible-to-buy-for person with an invitation to Stephen Hawking's Time Traveller's Party, sprinkling some philatelist fun (!) with Britain of Stamps, or just straight-up buying a whole bunch of Vintage Mashups posters for everyone you know, you will find gifts that last a lifetime here at Kite.
So now your shopping list is done, all you need to know now is when you should order in time for Christmas delivery…
Our unframed limited edition prints are all sent via tracked and signed services that usually take around 8-10 working days to arrive (sometimes a little longer during the Christmas rush). Order now and relax knowing that your print will arrive well in time for Christmas. Other unframed prints should take about the same time.
Recommended last order date before Christmas for international unframed prints: December 10th.
Framed prints are sent via tracked/signed-for services and also take around 8-10 working days to arrive after dispatch, wherever you are in the world. Please note that you should also allow at least 5 working days prior to this for framing.
Recommended last order date before Christmas for international framed prints: December 3rd.
Limited edition prints are sent using Royal Mail's Special Delivery service and all unframed prints are posted same or next working day. Other prints are posted first-class.
Recommended last order date before Christmas for UK unframed prints: December 20th.
Within the UK, framed prints are sent with Parcelforce and arrive within 1–2 days of shipping. Remember to allow at least 5 working days for framing prior to that. If in doubt, drop us a line.
Recommended last order date before Christmas for UK framed prints: December 11th.
Merry Christmas everyone! And I'll leave the last word to this lot:
Today marks 57 years since the release of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. This album, which is often regarded as the best of the Beatles’ musical projects, marked a significant departure from the band's earlier, more straightforward pop sound. Sgt. Pepper showcased a wide range of influences, from psychedelic rock to Indian classical music.