A metallic limited collection to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Leuchtturm1917!
This Medium notebook with a gold metallic cover is easy to carry around and perfect for the desk. It is A5 size (14.5 x 21cm) and has 251 pages of ink proof, acid-free, 80gsm fountain pen friendly ivory paper.
The plain paper format is perfect for drawing and sketching and includes a loose-leaf page ruling guide in dot grid and ruled to assist with writing in a straight line. Each page is numbered and includes a table of contents for easy referencing. It comes with a set of stickers to label the notebook, an elastic strap for fast closure and expandable inner pocket on the rear cover.
There are two metallic page markers, the final 12 sheets are perforated for easy removal and the book is thread bound so that it opens flat. A classic style of notebook with a celebratory touch executed to near perfection, details make all the difference!
The metallic limited collection is available in three metallic colours and various formats.
Leuchtturm1917 Notebooks - Details Make All The Difference. The company (pronounced 'loysh-term') was established in Germany in 1917. An infatuation with writing, study and development that goes back to the rich academic tradition of Germany, a Leuchtturm1917 book is the product of attention to detail and an obsession with notebooks.
STYLE: Plain pages
SIZE: A5 - 14.5 x 21cm
COVER: Hard Cover
FEATURES: Metallic cover / Fountain pen friendly, acid-free 80gsm paper / Numbered Pages / Table of Contents / Sticker Labels / Elastic Strap / Inner Pocket / 2 Page Markers / 12 Perforated Sheets / Opens Flat / Signed Thank You Card from Founders / Information Booklet
SOURCE: Designed in Germany
- Sexy Little Notebook Review by LeanneK
- I'm a HUGE fan of the Leuchtturm1917 notebooks and the metallic limited edition cover is especially cool. I call it my sexy little notebook! It's the same beautiful paper and craftsmanship you'd expect with Leuchtturm, but with a glamorous cover that screams, "I'm a star!" As a photographer I like to use these notebooks to scribble ideas, jot down lighting and set designs, and sample poses so that I can refer back to them again and again. I'll stick photos in them, draw in them with markers, pencils and even crayons - whatever's on hand - and I know that the paper can take whatever I throw at it and keep it there without fading or bleeding. My favourite notebooks! (Posted on 28/06/2017)