Victorian Christmas Card / Father Christmas Father Christmas walks along with walking stick in one hand, tree in the other and basket on his back Coat of light (beige?) skin with fur trim Source: Winter Musgrave @ Picasa Web Albums
The Russian Santa Claus - Known as Ded Moroz. “Ded Moroz” translates to “Grandfather Frost” in English, but most English speakers simply call him “Father Frost.” He is a figure associated with Russian Christmas traditions and New Year's traditions.
Russian vintage New Year's postcard. The inscription is: "Happy New Year!" Ded Moroz (Old Man Frost; a kind of Santa), his granddaughter Snegurochka (a kind of Snow Maiden), a white hare, a squirrel and some birds.
Russia-Ded Moroz and Snegurochka (Grandfather Frost and the Snow Maiden): Similar to Santa Claus, Ded Moroz brings presents to children at New Year celebrations. He is accompanied by the Snow Maiden, his granddaughter.