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A Good Notebook With Numbered Pages?
Posted 09 May 2012 - 15:10
I've been using the Moleskine XL Cahier and I love everything about it, except that the pages aren't numbered. I want numbered pages to make cross-referencing easier.
Manually numbering the pages is sort of annoying.
Is there any notebook that is close to the XL Cahier (stitch, not spiral binding, and can fold completely around the spine into a one-page footprint), that has numbered pages?
Posted 10 May 2012 - 14:37
Have you looked at this brand
Posted 10 May 2012 - 15:10
Visconti Last Lira aka Luigi Einaudi #63 of 975, Stipula Yellow Da Vinci Carbon Fiber T, Stipula Model T, Vintage Fountain Pens, Delta Amerigo Vespucci LE, Pelikan Special Edition Sahara F/P, TWSBI Micarta, Danitrio Mikado, Genkai, Nakaya Decapod Cigar, Watley in Woodgrain, Marlen Yellow Liberty LE, Santa FE Style Custom "51" made by Ralph Prather, president New Mexico Pen Collector's Club.
Posted 11 May 2012 - 13:11
The page markings (lines, dots, grid) are faint so they dont over power the page.
I know people complain about bleed through but I dont think its bleed through, at least not in my books. The paper is translucent.
If you buy the blank Leuchtturm it comes with a template you put behind a page you write on. The template has lines on one side and a grid on the other.
It shows up well on the translucent page.
And of course the Leuchtturm are numbered and there is a table of contents at the beginning of the notebook as well. And they come in more colors than some other notebooks.
PM me if you would like to exchange postcards.
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The Good Captain
"Meddler's 'Salamander' - almost as good as the real thing!"
Posted 25 May 2012 - 02:51
This is a hard cover book, but otherwise has what you're looking for:
Boorum & Pease 21 Series
OMG. I think you just found the journal that I used for 3 years of college. I've been trying to find the brand. Unfortunately, a jealous ex-girlfriend destroyed it after reading it many years later. Hence ex-girlfriend. I don't remember it being that expensive. But I loved it and it was very fountain pen friendly. If you figure that a Habana is around $20 and this has three times the paper, it ends up being reasonable. That of course assumes the paper is still fountain pen friendly. A lot can change in 20 years.
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