A man frantically makes his way to the roof. Out of breath and frenzied, he flicks a large switch. The huge bulb of a searchlight fizzes into action, sending a beam of light slicing through the night sky. It casts a distinctive green insignia… visible for miles. His work is done, the man collapses to the lead-lined floor.
Meanwhile, in another part of town, the signal is received. Shadowed men leap into action, their faces only occasionally lit by moonlight as it creeps in through the warehouse windows. Suddenly, there’s a whir of machinery and the sound of paper fluttering as if being blown by a cold wind.
One hour later, it’s all over. The finished product lies on the table ready for dispatch.
And that, ladies and gentleman, is what happens when you order a newspaper book from GoneDigging. But how exactly are they made?
Well, shortly after the signal to assemble has been acknowledged, these masked crusaders use our stock of fully licensed scans to begin printing each page onto high-quality paper. We kid you not, it’s like Wayne Manor down there, with well over 100-years worth of original newspapers all on file.
Next, these reproductions are individually cut and bound into a tabloid-sized, hardback book, with the recipient’s name and a message featuring on a certificate on the inside-front page. Meanwhile, society’s elite – who have perhaps just returned from a charity fundraising evening hosted by an enigmatic, yet oddly elusive businessman – may also choose to have the name embossed on the front cover itself.
And that’s pretty much it. In terms of what’s available, our personalised football books are produced for over 60 British teams, while other sports books, along with birth date and anniversary versions, are also popular options. So to have a proper look, your best bet is to click here. And remember, if you like what you see, we want you to tell all your friends about us.