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Small Chestnut Pocket Journal with Handmade Paper

Brand New Leather!~ We have upgraded our most popular pocket journal to a richer, softer leather in Chocolate Brown! The Pocket Journal was made for the poet or traveler when space is at a minimum. We matched the best leather we can find with uniquely handmade paper. Finish it off with a permanent spine binding and you have a journal that will last for generations to come!
**Please note** The 5 customer pictures shown are of the OLD style leather and paper and are no longer depict the journal accurately. The 5 pics provided from Rogue Journals show the new leather and paper(as of Aug 12, 2012). Sorry for the confusion!

Product Features

  • NEW LEATHER! Chocolate Brown, Oil Tanned
  • 100% Handmade paper, Acid-Free
  • Perfect size for your Pocket or Purse!
  • Filled with 128 pages (64 sheets) of Pure White unlined paper with Deckled edges
  • Perfect gift for the poet or writer in your life!

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2 comments to Small Chestnut Pocket Journal with Handmade Paper

  • Den

    Great price, and nice speed When I purchased this i was a little nervous about its small size, but it is perfect for a journal that you’re looking to carry around. It arrived four days after I ordered it, but you consider that I ordered late Saturday night, and then that’s real speedy service. The only thing that bothered me about the other reviews was the fact that none of them told you how many pages there were, and so to answer that question for you all there are 160 pages if you count one side as a page. Great buy

  • K. Mace

    Lovely journal I received the journal today and I am even more pleased with it than I thought. The leather and binding remind me of something hand made a 100 years ago. Great quality and the leather feels great. Definitely recommended for those who like “old school” elegance.

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