Pocket Journal Register Refill No. 23 – Set of 3

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Pocket Journal Register Refill No. 23

Set of 3 Lined Register Refills. Sized to fit the No. 23 Pocket Journal.

60-page Journal Register Size: 5″ x 3.5″ closed

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  1. I’ve been using my Pocket Journal for years. It goes with me everywhere I go and I use it for so many things! I love the quality and look of the paper. Must confess, I miss the Colonel’s favorite quotes, though!

    sara.rowe (verified owner)

  2. Received my Refills today along with the Moon Pie. Service & Products are first class. I am on my 3rd Briefcase, 3rd Phone Case and 3rd Refill.

    lkelley (verified owner)

  3. I put two of these refills in my No.23 pocket journal. One is for taking notes and the other is used as a daily planner. I love how the books are bound and the quality of the paper is superb.

    Alexander (verified owner)

  4. The paper works really well with fountain pens. The fit is also superb.

    faithdoesmatter

  5. They are simply the best. Have several that have survived the laundry.Can recommend them highly.

    domarb (verified owner)

  6. Have used them on and off for many years – keep coming back and always wonder why I wandered off. They are simply the best. Have several that have survived the laundry.

    domarb (verified owner)

  7. i do contruction and these little note books are the best i have ever used they hold up to all sorts of abuse and the guys on the job always want them which i give out one and tell to go buy their own the colonel make the best

    MICHAEL (verified owner)

  8. Just like all Colonel products–top rate quality. Even though it’ just a lower priced paper good, it’s shipped with the same level of care and tradition as the leather products. The refills themselves are the perfect weight and color of paper and are bound with stitching to keep them together even if you don’t use them with the leather cover. They fit nicely into a shirt pocket or perfectly into Levi’s jeans back pocket.

    grantmiller.personal

  9. I have been a No. 23 Pocket Journal user for many years and I was thrilled when the Colonel improved the journal refills to the level that they now are! I carry my journal in my rear right pocket. So it is imperative that the journal be smyth sewn so that the journal refill does not fall apart being carried in this way. In years past I’d have to tape the journal on the edges due to the staples tearing away…no more!!! I am also a fountain pen user. The paper in these journals is top notch for fountain pens with no bleed thru or feathering of the ink. Highly recommend…

    David L (verified owner)

  10. Stop looking elsewhere for pocket paper notebooks. Others will be bound with staples or glue and will eventually fall apart, especially if constantly riding around in your back pocket. The bindings on these are sewn and built to last. The paper holds all inks and the color is easy on the eye. Worth every penny. Quick shopping and packaged as if sent from a close family member.

    Bernard

  11. Great item. Can even be useful without the journal cover. Fits in the pocket perfectly. I keep one with me, one in my car and one on my desk. Always comes in handy!

    Keith (verified owner)

  12. I bought my husband the American Buffalo Pocket Journal for his birthday and threw in some of these. I am very glad I did because he said “it is so nice to be able to know that I have refills available for my pocket journal that actually fit!”

    Mary A. (verified owner)

  13. The best pocket book you ever need, good quality, right size, and impress customers when you take yours out, will get the leather cover soon I cant wait

    Amado (verified owner)

  14. These are perfect. They fit well in a shirt pocket. The paper quality is a great match for my Lamy and Kawweco fountain pens.

    John (verified owner)

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