Leuchtturm1917 A5 Notebook Anthracite Ruled

$19.95

Leuchtturm1917 A5 Notebook Anthracite Ruled

$19.95

Leuchtturm1917
A5 Notebook Anthracite Ruled

Our Medium notebooks (A5) have 80 g/m² paper and 249 numbered pages.

Details:
249 numbered pages
8 perforated and detachable sheets
Gusseted pocket
Blank table of contents and numbered pages
Page marker
Elastic enclosure band
Thread-bound book opens flat
Ink-proof paper (80 g/sqm)
Sticker for labelling and archiving
Dimensions: 145 x 210 mm

Leuchtturm1917
A5 Notebook Anthracite Ruled

Our Leuchtturm1917 A5 Notebook Anthracite Ruled Medium notebooks (A5) have 80 g/m² paper and 249 numbered pages.

ruled or lined numbered pages

ruled or lined numbered pages

pocket

pocket

Details:
249 numbered pages
8 perforated and detachable sheets
Gusseted pocket
Blank table of contents
Page marker
Elastic enclosure band
Thread-bound book opens flat
Ink-proof paper (80 g/sqm)
Acid-free paper
Sticker for labelling and archiving
Dimensions: 145 x 210 mm

The ruled (lined) notebook is great for writing down your innermost thoughts.  So if you love to journal and you kept that secret diary as a child then this notebook would a perfect one to add to your collection.  The lines are just right for anyone who needs just a bit more structure when putting their thoughts to paper.

The paper is both ink proof and acid free so it will take your fountain pen ink just fine and it will keep your memories in a good, lasting condition for a very long time.

Here is the actual definition of “acid-free paper”:  Acidfree paper is paper that if infused in water yields a neutral or basic pH (7 or slightly greater). It can be made from any cellulose fiber as long as the active acid pulp is eliminated during processing. It is also lignin- and sulfur-free.

If an acidic product comes into contact with paper, photos, textiles or other similar items, the acid can migrate, causing permanent damage and decay. This is why it is so very important to use good quality Acid Free and archival materials for the preservation of your treasured memories.

Why Does Paper Deteriorate?

Until the mid 19th century, most papers were made of rag or cloth stock. Around 1860 the paper mills started using ground wood with acids, bleach, and alum-rosin sizing resulting in papers with a high acid content (low pH). These papers react with water and the atmosphere to produce self-destructive acidic compounds. These acids act on the paper, shorten the fibres, causing them to become brittle, discolour, and crumble into dust.

As you can see “acid-free” paper is very important if you want those written words or pictures to last for generations.  So get your Leuchtturm1917 A5 Notebook Anthracite Ruled here today!

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