In today’s world of high-tech communications, sometimes it just feels good to handwrite your observations, thoughts, ideas and experiences for your own reference or to preserve for future generations. This leather-bound journal offers the perfect repository for whatever crosses your mind. Made of our vintage brown leather, which is dry milled to achieve softness.
Filler contains 130 sheets of ruled, recycled “desert haze” paper, laced into the journal with 1/8″ leather lacing. When full, insert may be removed and filed away. (Replacement fillers available.) Made in the Col. Littleton Workshop, the journal is 9” H x 7” W with a two position closure. May be personalized with three initials on front strap. Makes a great travel companion. Colonel’s No. 2 Lead Expedition Pencil included.
Pommel Shield Option
In the late 1800’s U.S. Cavalry Saddles featured brass pommel shields. These shields not only indicated the seat size of the saddle but also had a slot through which a leather strap could be threaded to anchor a bedroll or other necessities. This No. 9 Journal is offered with a Brass Pommel shield riveted securely on the front to give it a more distinctive look and feel.
“If you had your father’s journal, what would you take for it? It’s never too late to start a journal.” -Colonel