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In this age of electronic communication, the act of writing with pen and paper has assumed a new significance, a sensuality even.


This cloth-bound notebook is published to the same high standard as Black Letter Press books, only without the words, so you can fill the traditionally-bound fine octavo pages with your thoughts and images, your secrets.


Whether as a journal, pocket sketchbook, or repository for your recipes and spells, we are sure you will enjoy and treasure this as you fill it, page by page.

The cover presents the printer's mark of the printer and publisher Johann Froben. It was created in c.1523 by Hans Holbein the Younger in Northern Renaissance style.

Black Letter Press Notebook

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