|The richness of the cloth covering makes these journals look more expensive than they are. There is a disadvantage to cloth though; dirt.|
|My 4B needs a platen and feed rollers. The ribbon feed was acting-up today also. I guess it works fine for being 93 years old.|
|This just happened to be the center of a signature. I left it here because I thought the pages might be perforated. They are not, but I do not know what may have caused the mark. These are the only 2 pages I found with the mark along the inside.|
|I like to measure the pages because of the confusion of vellum vs text vs book paper sheet weights. This is 100 gsm paper and measures (I could feel it as soon as I opened the notebook) a whopping .0057 inches thick!|
|Lines are spaced about 1mm wider than the other notebooks: 7mm vs 6mm|
|This company does not hide the place of manufacture.|
|I really liked the journal in the center from Greenroom in Taiwan, but they no longer manufacture it. It is a bit larger than A5 (same size as the Leuchtturm1917), and the lines are wide spaced.|
The only thing that shadows is a Sharpie. I thought of that after I posted. I tried a sharpie and it does ghost, but it does not bleed like with thinner paper.
Look for these on Ebay or Amazon.