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Clairefontaine 1951 Collection Light Blue Clothbound Notebook

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Clairefontaine - 1951 Collection - Clothbound - Light Blue
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Writers love the Clairefontaine 1951 Clothbound notebook collection for their vintage look and the large amount of high quality paper each notebook provides. These notebooks are small enough to fit into a purse, backpack or briefcase and are just the right size for taking quick notes, writing to do lists or sketching. Clairefontaine created the 1951 Clothbound Collection to celebrate their proud, authentic heritage and honor the history of the brand.

Clairefontaine 1951 Collection Light Blue Clothbound Notebook

The Clairefontaine 1951 Light Blue Clothbound notebook has a Turquoise Light Blue grained paper cover with a fine diamond netting pattern reminiscent of the original Clairefontaine cover, but with a modern French twist. There’s an ivory rectangle on the front cover that you can use to personalize your notebook with your name, a subject, date or even a drawing! Inside the notebook you’ll find 96 sheets of Clairefontaine’s renowned 90gsm blue-lined white paper with a satin smooth finish that your pen will glide over. This acid-free paper is pH neutral and fountain pen friendly, so you’ll have 192 pages on which to write your notes. Clairefontaine paper has been sourced from sustainably managed forests and is PEFC-Certified.

Notebook Specifications

Size: 5.75” x 8.25” (A5)

Sheets: 96 (192 Pages)

Sheet Style: Blue-Lined (8mm)

Sheet Weight: 90gsm

About Clairefontaine

Clairefontaine is a stationery specialist for office, school and handicraft with a long tradition of paper production in the Meurthe valley, France dating back to the creation of the first paper mills in the 16th century. The company is best known for making the first school notebooks in France. Clairefontaine is currently the only European manufacturer making its own papers for its own products. The Clairefontaine mill has been making paper since 1858 and stationery products since 1890. In 1950, Charles Nusse took control of the company and created the famous Clairefontaine logo as he revolutionized the use of notebooks and set the company on a permanent quest for quality products. Clairefontaine began offering high quality notebooks for school children. Now famous for its premium notebooks, Clairefontaine inspires quality through its everyday notebooks that can be found in schools and offices worldwide, having been perfectly tuned to the needs of students, teachers and business people.

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