This leather look journal’s cover reproduces a goatskin binding that was first created by bookbinding firm Henry T. Wood of London in 1933. Wood of London was known for its progressive and distinctive designs, evident in the subtle asymmetry and subtle details in this cover.
160 lined pages of acid free paper and a bookmark lie within. The binding allowed this journal to lie flat for ease of writing. Your favorite pen will love these fine pages.
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|Dimensions||8.5 × 6.5 × .75 in|