2. Postmen in Victorian England were called "robins" due to their red uniforms. Many Christmas cards at the time depicted a robin delivering Christmas mail.
3. The Christmas card designed by Horsley evoked controversy due to the people on the front drinking wine during a Holy holiday. In 2001, it became the world's most expensive Christmas card when it was auctioned for $35,800.
4. The first official White House Christmas card was issued by President Eisenhower in 1953.
5. In 1962, the first official Christmas postage stamp was issued by the United States Post Office.
6. Over 200 billion Christmas cards are sent in the United States each year. Fifteen percent of these are purchased by men.
7. About 500 million e-cards are sent each year.
8. Fifty three percent of Christmas card purchasers prefer the greeting "Merry Christmas".
9. Canada Post released the first Christmas stamp in 1898.
10, Licensed properties like Thomas Kinkade, Peanuts and Disney's "Frozen" are featured on this year's Christmas cards.