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Last updated 29/2/2024


This page is being used to collecxt information about the history of folded paper camels. Please contact me if you know any of this information is incorrect or if you have any other information that should be added. Thank you.



A design for a 'Dromedaire Couche' (Seated Camel) appears in Booklet 5 of 'Images a Plier', a series of 6 booklets published by Librairie Larousse in Paris in 1932.



Another design for a Dromedary, 'El dromedario', this time with legs, appears in 'El Mundo de Papel' by Dr Nemesio Montero, which was published by G Miranda in Edicions Infancia in Valladolid in 1939.



The same design appears as 'Dromedario' in 'El Plegado y Cartonaje en la Escuela Primaria' by Antonio M Luchia and Corina Luciani de Luchia, which was published by Editorial Kapelusz in Buenos Aires in 1940.



A heavily cut 'Camello' from a bird base appears in 'Una Hoja de Papel' by Lorenzo Herrero, which was published by Miguel A Salvatella in Barcelona in 1952.