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Fantomen Christmas Album 1969
(#26 since the start 1944)
Fantomen Christmas 1969.jpg
Cover artist: Rolf Gohs
Country/language: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish
Format: 19 x 26 cm
Pages: 36 pgs, b/w/r
Publishing date: 1969
Editor: ?
Publishing company: Åhlen & Åkerlunds Förlags AB
Preceded by: Fantomen Christmas Album 1968
Followed by: Fantomen Christmas Album 1970


Fantomen Christmas Album 1969 is the 26th annual Fantomen Christmas Album.

Contents

Phantom stories

Note

From 1965 to 1986 the following year was given on the covers of the Christmas Albums, meaning that this issue has 1970 written on it.