Original newspapers from The Guardian
The Manchester Guardian was first published on 5th May 1821 as a broadsheet newspaper and was renamed The Guardian on 24th August 1959. The sister Sunday paper The Observer was launched 1st December 1791 the oldest surviving Sunday newspaper in circulation.
On 29th September 1952 it took to printing headlines on the front page, then in 1964 The Guardian moved from Manchester to London.
12th September 2005 The Guardian changed it’s format from a broadsheet to the new current Berliner format.
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