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Birthday on St. Martin’s Day, monk, geese, grapes …
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Inside Text: Enjoy your birthday on St. Martin's Day
with a delicious roast goose,
family and friends, and a glass of wine.

Wishing you another year of joy,
health, and success!
Artist: Gail Pepin
Artist Notes: If you know someone with a birthday that falls on St. Martin's Day, this is the card for them! Some countries celebrate St. Martin's Day or The Feast of St. Martin on Nov. 10, some on Nov. 11. St. Martin was a Roman soldier who became a monk. The feast usually serves roast goose and wine to celebrate. The story goes that Martin hid in a goose pen, to keep from being appointed as a bishop. The geese gave him away and the tradition of the roast goose began. This card will make the recipient smile! You won't find this birthday card in any retail store! The monk, geese, and grape clusters are courtesy of The Graphics Factory and The Open Clip Art Library. You can change the inside verse, if you wish. ┬ęGail Pepin
Product Id: 1341532
St. Martin’s Day, monk, geese, grapes card
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Inside Text: Enjoy St. Martin's Day with a fine roast goose,
family and friends, and a glass of wine.

Happy St. Martin's Day!
Artist: Gail Pepin
Artist Notes: Some countries celebrate St. Martin's Day or The Feast of St. Martin on Nov. 10, some on Nov. 11. St. Martin was a Roman soldier who became a monk. The feast usually serves roast goose and wine to celebrate. The story goes that Martin hid in a goose pen, to keep from being appointed as a bishop. The geese gave him away and the tradition of the roast goose began. He also was famous for his wine. The monk, geese, and grape clusters are courtesy of The Graphics Factory and The Open Clip Art Library. You can change the inside verse, if you wish. ┬ęGail Pepin
Product Id: 1341388
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