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If you use composition books for your writing enjoyment and want a sturdy leather cover to protect your composition book, try Renaissance Art's leather cover for $39 (http://www.renaissance-art.com/catg172/category.aspx). I have ordered their customer book covers and found their leather to be of excellent quality - thick, soft, and bomb-proof. I am saving my pennies to get one with an added pen loop and extra pocket for loose papers. It is the only place I know that will customize your covers. If you prefer Moleskine or other journals, Art can make you a cover for them as well.

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Gfeller is another good company from Idaho who makes high quality leather covers for comp books and other notebooks by Rhodia, Clairfontaine etc. Just google their name and then go and check their site for the details.

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Levenger makes exquisite composition book covers as well as their own brand of composition books called "Notabilia'--great stuff! vinper

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Levenger is my favorite cover for the comp books. Buttery soft leather. A few of my friends have them too.

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I have a Renaissance Art composition book cover, custom cover for my journal, moleskine cover and folder holder. All are fantastic pieces of leather and show excellent craftsmanship.

 

I'm not saying the Renaissance Art products are better than other brands, just that I find Arthur easy to deal with and I like the rustic style of his work.

 

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Gfeller is another good company from Idaho who makes high quality leather covers for comp books and other notebooks by Rhodia, Clairfontaine etc. Just google their name and then go and check their site for the details.

 

While the Gfeller product may be nice, they should invest in a new website. I would buy one of their designs but the photos are sorely lacking and the pricing page looks like something from a 1990's stationery store. They even have animated highlighted text.

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