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Nobility and grace are restored in our filigreed Restoration design. Originally crafted in 1675 by the Queens’ Binder “A,” the balance of open space and intricate elements make it a shining jewel of the period. The binding was created to hold The Government of the Tongue by Richard Allestree, provost of Eton College.

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This Special Edition Napoleon’s 250th Anniversary journal features a letter signed by the General-in-Chief Bonaparte along with a statue created by Seurre. The letter is dated January 11, 1799 on our calendar with a header from the Cairo headquarters and addressed to the Vice-Admiral Ganteaume.

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Ludwig van Beethoven’s musical expressions of heroism and struggle mirror his personal tragedies, including the loss of his hearing and a tumultuous family life. The autograph manuscript of Violin Sonata No. 10 in G Major featured on this Beethoven’s 250th Birthday cover was written in 1812.

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Our Dumas 150th Anniversary design celebrates the great lion of French literature, Alexandre Dumas. The front cover features a handwritten draft of The Count of Monte Cristo and the back cover shows an illustration of the prison where the Count was jailed. Today, Dumas remains among the world’s most widely read authors.

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H.G. Wells was a science fiction pioneer whose visions for our future have greatly impacted our modern world. His first novel, The Time Machine (1895), was an instant success, as were those that followed. As a celebration of Wells’ life and legacy, we are honoured to reproduce his handwritten The Time Machine manuscript.

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Charlie Chaplin was an English actor, filmmaker and composer famed for his iconic character “The Tramp.” This journal celebrates Charlie Chaplin, commemorating both the 100th anniversary of The Kid, his first feature-length film, and the cultural impact of The Great Dictator, by reproducing the final speech.

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Dante Alighieri composed the Divine Comedy over a period of 12 years, completing it in 1320. He divided the poem into three parts – Inferno, Purgatorio and Paradiso. It is the first canto from Inferno that we have reproduced here. Dante’s vision of the afterlife continues to inspire writers and artists around the world.

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This 18-Month Sun & Moonlight Teacher’s Planner has been designed with class planning in mind. It includes all our standard academic planner interior elements – week-at-a-time layout, international holiday listings and note pages – plus some new specialty pages for record keeping, grading and creating a seating chart.

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French author and illustrator Benjamin Lacombe lends his unique spirit to our collection with this lively design. His works have been published and translated around the world. In this Madame Butterfly cover, from his 2013 book of the same name, Lacombe’s ability to capture humanity and honest emotion is on full display.

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Our Maiden Voyage journal showcases the layered style of American artist James C. Christensen (1942–2017). It beckons you to embark upon a journey into pure possibility with a swaddled astronaut, a tea-sipping dragon and other fantastical attendants. The longer and closer you look, the more out-of-this-world details emerge.

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Evocative of an age when the heavens were alive with more than satellites, this cover design is a romantic’s delight. Frederik de Wit’s spectacular map of the heavens was published in the late 17th century and depicts the hemispheres with representations of the constellations and signs of the Zodiac.

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Taking their cues from previous artistic movements, the New Romantics of the 1980s brought their hairstyles and attitudes to new prominence. This journal celebrates the drama that made the New Romantic movement some of the most ironic good times popular culture has ever had.

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The timeless beauty of an antique leather journal is brought into the present on the cover of this intricately embellished, leather-like cover.

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Als Vorlage für dieses Motiv diente der Einband der Gedichtsammlung The Sensitive Plant and Early Poems von Percy Bysshe Shelley. Das Titelgedicht verfasste Shelley nach dem Tod seines Kindes; darin beschreibt er einen Blumengarten im Wandel der Jahreszeiten.

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Jules Verne’s handwritten draft of Around the World in Eighty Days

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This captivating image comes from the first edition of Scottish poet and anthropologist Andrew Lang’s The Olive Fairy Book. Compiled in 1907 by Lang and illustrated by Henry Justice Ford, the book was one in a twelve-part series known as Lang’s Fairy Books, with each book named for the colour of its fairy.

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Capturing the flavour of finely wrought Renaissance-style leather bindings, Paperblanks Old Leather Arabica planner pays homage to the craft of delicate gold tooling, originally brought to Europe via the flourishing trade routes to the East. The timeless beauty of an antique leather book is brought into the present on the cover of this intricately...

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The Gutenberg Bible is one of the earliest mass-produced books in human history. Our Genesis cover design reproduces an illuminated page created by German artist Gisela Maschmann, which the artist has modelled after the beginning of the Book of Genesis in Gutenberg’s ecclesiastic masterwork.

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Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the Spanish language. His best-known novel, Don Quixote, is a classic of Western literature. We are honoured to be able to share a handwritten letter he wrote to the Spanish king requesting permission to publish his great work as this cover design.

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Among the finest poets America has ever produced, Emily Dickinson lived a life of quiet solitude. A master of the short lyric poem, her preoccupation with death and immortality permeated many of her greatest works. It is Dickinson’s handwritten draft of “I died for beauty – but was scarce” that we have reproduced here.

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Jules Verne (1828–1905) is the author of some of the world’s most famous books. This Paperblanks design features a page from Verne’s handwritten draft of his masterpiece Around the World in Eighty Days, with the novel’s frontispiece, illustrated by Alphonse de Neuville, shown on the back cover.

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Leo Tolstoy, best known for realist fiction like War and Peace, is also remembered as a passionate proponent of nonviolence. After experiencing a spiritual awakening, Tolstoy began to closely follow a pacifist doctrine. The letter reproduced here, sent to a Russian conscientious objector, reflects his pacifist beliefs.

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Atop the lionfish rides the regal queen of the sea in this artwork by artist James C. Christensen (1942–2017). This design shows why Christensen’s art, inspired by myth, legend and fantasy, so dazzled his legions of fans. He was renowned not just for his pure imagination, but also for his embrace of curiosity and bravery.

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Jack Kerouac stands out as the voice of the Beat Generation. His 1957 novel On the Road, setting his real-life travels against a backdrop of jazz and poetry, was formed in a series of notebooks he kept. Our Jack Kerouac cover features one of his diary entries alongside an illustration by Dominic Ferrari.

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Discover the legends of the constellations! This design highlights the craftsmanship involved in creating illuminated books such as De sideribus tractatus, a 15th-century manuscript copy of De astronomia. Though the 1st-century BC original is long lost, it has been kept alive by the scribes and miniaturists who reproduced it.

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Charlie Chaplin was an English actor, filmmaker and composer famed for his iconic character “The Tramp.” This manuscript box celebrates Charlie Chaplin, commemorating both the 100th anniversary of The Kid, his first feature-length film, and the cultural impact of The Great Dictator, by reproducing its final speech.

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Lightweight and Mobile! Take it Anywhere!

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Morocco leather is a pliable material that has been valued in luxury book bindings since the late 16th century. Its strength provided a rich backdrop for showcasing embellishments, and it is this classic leather and gilt combination that has inspired us to create this cover.

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Inspired by a 17th-century Italian book binding, Oceania showcases a floral rosette motif. The original book contained a series of illustrations in the tondo form, a style of circular art. Once a popular artistic style in ancient Greece, tondo experienced a brief revitalization by Italian artists during the Renaissance.

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Nobility and grace are restored in our filigreed Restoration design. Originally crafted in 1675 by the Queens’ Binder “A,” the balance of open space and intricate elements make it a shining jewel of the period. The binding was created to hold The Government of the Tongue by Richard Allestree, provost of Eton College.

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Laurel Burch was a self-taught artist and “flower child” who created vibrant and moving themes with paint and paper. This Hummingbirds & Flutterbyes cover design, featuring dancing butterflies and flitting hummingbirds, comes from one of Laurel’s favourite themes to paint – Flutterbyes.

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This captivating image comes from the first edition of Scottish poet and anthropologist Andrew Lang’s The Olive Fairy Book. Compiled in 1907 by Lang and illustrated by Henry Justice Ford, the book was one in a twelve-part series known as Lang’s Fairy Books, with each book named for the colour of its fairy.

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The 1688 edition of L’office de la Semaine Sainte, a Latin liturgical book, was protected by a gold-plated leather binding. Reproduced on our Azure cover with a vibrant blue background, the antique design features an elaborate gilt-edged tendril motif.

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The design reproduced on this cover centres around a sensitive plant surrounded by other richly hued flowers, foliage and butterflies. The binding was used for The Sensitive Plant and Early Poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley and is a celebration of the creative spirit.

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Jules Verne’s handwritten draft of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

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Chamerot et Renouard’s binding for Voltaire’s Book of Fate

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Gutenberg Bible: In the 15th century Johannes Gutenberg invented printing from movable type, enabling the creation of his illustrated 42-line Gutenberg Bible. Our Parabole cover design reproduces an illuminated page by Gisela Maschmann, whose painting is modelled on “The Judgment of Solomon” in Gutenberg’s masterwork.

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Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the Spanish language. His best-known novel, Don Quixote, is a classic of Western literature. We are honoured to be able to share a handwritten letter he wrote to the Spanish king requesting permission to publish his great work as this cover design.

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Brian Froud has drawn inspiration from the landscapes of the English moorlands to create an unparalleled body of creative work. He is the genius behind Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth. We have reproduced a scene from his 2007 book Brian Froud’s World of Faerie for our Mischievous Creatures cover design.

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A friendly whale and fish receive vivid homage here in an image rendered in audacious and appealing colours. Featuring the work of Canadian illustrator Tracy Walker, this cover design shows just how profound charm can be. At Paperblanks we proudly celebrate the wealth of talent found in the work of our fellow Canadians.

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Laurel Burch was an artist who created brilliantly coloured, vibrant and moving themes with paint and paper, themes which inspired this book cover. For this Jungle Song design, Laurel Burch’s original characters, foliage and other details were adapted by a Japanese artisan to create a new watercolour painting.

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Dante Alighieri composed the Divine Comedy over a period of 12 years, completing it in 1320. He divided the poem into three parts – Inferno, Purgatorio and Paradiso. It is the first canto from Inferno that we have reproduced here. Dante’s vision of the afterlife continues to inspire writers and artists around the world.

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Mila Marquis’s ethereal, joyous images are little bliss bombs for the spirit. In the piece recreated for our Fall Foliage cover, we see her depiction of a songbird enchanting a young woman on a warm autumn day. There is vast delight to be found in even the smallest of these precious and joy-inducing details.

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Virginia Woolf carved out new territory for artists, particularly women writers. She wrote with sensitivity and insight about the confusion, mystery and uncertainty of everyday life. Her 1931 novel The Waves was originally drafted in a series of seven notebooks, including the one reproduced for this cover.

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Our Blue Velvet design is inspired by a piece of a 15th-century velvet dalmatic. It is decorated in brocaded gilt metal thread with a seven-lobed shield, an artichoke-like botanical shape and tiny floral patterns.

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Virginia Woolf carved out new territory for artists, particularly women writers. She wrote with sensitivity and insight about the confusion, mystery and uncertainty of everyday life. Her 1931 novel The Waves was originally drafted in a series of seven notebooks, including the one reproduced for this cover.

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Mila Marquis’s ethereal, joyous images are little bliss bombs for the spirit. In the piece recreated for our Summer Butterflies cover, we see her depiction of a lovely young woman dancing with beautiful butterflies. There is vast delight to be found in even the smallest of these precious and joy-inducing details.

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Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor, physicist, futurist and engineer. Our cover features a sketch of his turbine research, reproducing a document held in Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Museum. Today, his legacy endures with Tesla, Inc., which specializes in electric vehicles, solar panels and lithium-ion batteries.

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The original was published in 1736 by Johann Gottlieb Vierling, who specialised in religious, scientific and philosophical texts. This binding contained a publication of the Old and New Testaments.

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Drawing inspiration from the modern world, Texan artist Gary Grayson uses a mix of pop art, vintage vector, impressionism and portraiture to create striking images of anything from beloved pets to legendary music icons.

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Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor, scientist, electrical and mechanical engineer, physicist and futurist. He is best known for his notable contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electrical supply system.

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The artistic mecca of Shiraz, Iran is the place of origin for this design. Created during the high point of Persia’s Safavid Dynasty, the book that inspired this cover is said to have been in the possession of Suleiman the Magnificent, the Ottoman Empire’s longest-reigning Sultan.

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Morocco leather is a pliable material that has been valued in luxury book bindings since the late 16th century, and such finely wrought Renaissance-style designs have inspired our Calypso Bold cover. The timeless beauty of an antique leather book is brought into the present with this oceanic blue design.

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Capturing the flavour of Renaissance-style bound books, our Flint cover pays homage to the craft of delicate gold tooling. For this Old Leather design, we have incorporated a textured white design reminiscent of chalk, flint or limestone, adding an edginess to the look of finely wrought leather.

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The binding of the Lindau Gospels was designed in the late 8th century to inspire awe when the book was carried in processions or displayed on an altar. This sense of majesty extended even to the back cover, the jewelled design of which is reproduced on our Lindau journal cover.

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We have gone back to our publishing roots with our collection of Old Leather Classics, celebrating what it is about Renaissance-style gold tooled bindings that we have always found so captivating: the rich hues of the dyed leather. The timeless beauty of an antique leather binding is brought into the present on the cover of this deep blue book.

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Jack Kerouac stands out as the voice of the Beat Generation. His 1957 novel On the Road, setting his real-life travels against a backdrop of jazz and poetry, was formed in a series of notebooks he kept. Our Jack Kerouac cover features one of his diary entries alongside an illustration by Dominic Ferrari.

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Our Michiko Miniatures Kikka cover reproduces Michiko Kamee’s “full of chrysanthemum” design originally handpainted with gold overglaze and colour on china by employing Kyo-Satsuma. In this design the viewer can see hints of the kaleidoscope of flowers in bloom, as well as fine boned artistry in every brush stroke.

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Discover the legends of the constellations! This design highlights the craftsmanship involved in creating illuminated books such as De sideribus tractatus, a 15th-century manuscript copy of De astronomia. Though the 1st-century BC original is long lost, it has been kept alive by the scribes and miniaturists who reproduced it.

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Our Dreamscapes cover, recreating a 2011 piece of art by Catrin Welz-Stein, suggests the eruption of creativity that happens when we find ourselves in that liminal place between waking and dreaming. It arrests the eye while representing the uncontrollable and barely knowable nature of creativity in its purest form.

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Morocco leather is a pliable material that has been valued in luxury book bindings since the late 16th century. Its strength provided a rich backdrop for showcasing embellishments, and it is this classic leather and gilt combination that has inspired us to create this cover.

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Capturing the flavour of Renaissance-style bound books, our Ochre cover pays homage to the craft of delicate gold tooling. For this Old Leather design, we have incorporated a gold-on-gold design, inspired by the background colour of our Rembrandt’s 350th Anniversary journal.

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Lightweight and Mobile! Take it Anywhere!

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Our filigree Pinnacle design was originally created in 1675 to hold Richard Allestree’s The Government of the Tongue. Crafted by the Queens’ Binder “A,” the balance of open space and intricate elements makes it a shining jewel of the period.

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Our Mumtaz cover is named after the favourite wife of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, who commissioned the Taj Mahal to house her tomb. This design reproduces a photograph of one of the Taj Mahal’s iconic marble flowers, originally inlaid with stones or semiprecious jewels using a technique called “pietra dura.”

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Our Woodland Daisies journal features daisies rendered by H.G. Moon (1857–1905), one of the finest botanical illustrators in the history of the field. As we experience a renaissance in botanical illustration, contemporary practitioners will certainly look to work such as this for how best to be a voice for botanicals.

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Simple shapes come to life in the quirky pop art of American artist Eric Comstock. An illustrator, designer and children’s book author, Comstock spent over a decade in advertising before taking up illustration full time. His original work, UFO-Mobile, has been reproduced for our Higher and Higher cover design.

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If flowers and foliage can be said to speak,If flowers and foliage can be said to speak, it is surely through the voice of botanical illustrators. Our Painted Botanicals Gloriosa Lily journal features an image by H.G. Moon (1857–1905), an artist famed for his naturalistic arrangements and his ability to create lifelike paintings.

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Capturing the flavour of Renaissance-style bound books, our Ochre cover pays homage to the craft of delicate gold tooling. For this Old Leather design, we have incorporated a gold-on-gold design, inspired by the background colour of our Rembrandt’s 350th Anniversary journal.

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Eric Comstock’s retro sensibilities and diverse inspirations give his work a distinct and sought-after look. He takes his inspiration from everything from his own child’s drawings to his collection of jazz albums. His original work, Triangle Man, has been reproduced for our Hound Dog cover design.

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The design reproduced on this cover centres around a sensitive plant surrounded by other richly hued flowers, foliage and butterflies. The binding was used for The Sensitive Plant and Early Poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley and is a celebration of the creative spirit.

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Olena Skytsiuk is one of the foremost practitioners of Ukrainian Petrykivka painting, a technique in which special brushes crafted from cat hairs create a visual effect unlike any other. In each design, like that reproduced on our Moonlight cover, thousands of small strokes combine to create colourful miniature scenes.

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Tiptoe through the tulips with us as we discover Gary Grayson’s vibrantly detailed world in this cover design. Grayson’s distinctive style is an eclectic mix of vintage vector, impressionism and pop art – all combined in rich layers. May his boundless creativity so inspire your own imagination.

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Our Aurelia design is fit for a king. Its inspiration dates back to Paris in the mid-18th century and the original binding housed copies of King Louis XV’s procedures for Holy Week. This book design is a marvellous riot of gold-tooled rococo elements, featuring birds, flowers and leaves.

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Brilliant fireworks are conjured up by this magnificent binding that originally covered La Déclamation Théâtrale (1766), a didactic poem by the prolific Claude J. Dorat. Though Dorat’s legacy is not that of a major master, one cannot help but admire his incandescent desire to create.

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H.G. Wells was a science fiction pioneer whose visions for our future have greatly impacted our modern world. His first novel, The Time Machine (1895), was an instant success, as were those that followed. As a celebration of Wells’ life and legacy, we are honoured to reproduce his handwritten The Time Machine manuscript.

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Our Dumas 150th Anniversary design celebrates the great lion of French literature, Alexandre Dumas. The front cover features a handwritten draft of The Count of Monte Cristo and the back cover shows an illustration of the prison where the Count was jailed. Today, Dumas remains among the world’s most widely read authors.

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Nobility and grace are restored in our filigreed Restoration design. Originally crafted in 1675 by the Queens’ Binder “A,” the balance of open space and intricate elements make it a shining jewel of the period. The binding was created to hold The Government of the Tongue by Richard Allestree, provost of Eton College.

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a piece of art for your pencils...

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This captivating image comes from the first edition of Scottish poet and anthropologist Andrew Lang’s The Olive Fairy Book. Compiled in 1907 by Lang and illustrated by Henry Justice Ford, the book was one in a twelve-part series known as Lang’s Fairy Books, with each book named for the colour of its fairy.

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The eternal appeal of a classic floral design is captured in the work of Irish illustrator William Kilburn (1745–1818). With winding twigs and colourful petals set against an inky black background, this Floralia design is emblematic of Kilburn’s ability to blend local and exotic flora into a harmonious pattern.

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Voltaire’s Book of Fate

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a piece of art for your pencils...

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Our Dumas 150th Anniversary design celebrates the great lion of French literature, Alexandre Dumas. The front cover features a handwritten draft of The Count of Monte Cristo and the back cover shows an illustration of the prison where the Count was jailed. Today, Dumas remains among the world’s most widely read authors.

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