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  • Leather Travels and Experiences' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Navy pocket notebook bound in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x 5.5"
    • Product code: 1011760
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather Panama 'Notes' Book

    Features

    • Red pocket notebook bound in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x 5.5"
    • Product code: 1002429
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather To Be Perfectly Frank' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Nile Blue pocket notebook in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x H5.5"
    • Product code: 1014272
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather Inspirations and Ideas' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Fuchsia pocket notebook bound in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x 5.5"
    • Product code: 1002677
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather Top Secret' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Black pocket notebook bound in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x 5.5"
    • Product code: 1004551
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather 'Blah blah blah' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Cobalt pocket notebook bound in cross-grain lambskin.
    • Product code: 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm / W3.5 x H5.5"
    • Product code: 1012777
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather 'Make it Happen' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Yellow pocket notebook bound in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x 5.5"
    • Product code: 1011467
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather Frankly My Dear' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Navy pocket notebook in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x H5.5"
    • Product code: 1014270
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather 'Travels and Experiences' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Emerald pocket notebook bound in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x 5.5"
    • Product code: 1002665
    • Made in England.
    • Need help? Contact us

    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather Every Cloud' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Nile Blue pocket notebook in cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x H5.5"
    • Product code: 1014267
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather Busy Bee' Panama Notebook

    Features

    • Pocket notebook in fuchsia cross-grain lambskin.
    • 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm/W3.5 x 5.5"
    • Product code: 1012450
    • Made in England.
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    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...
  • Leather 'Live love laugh' panama notebook

    Features

    • Cobalt pocket notebook bound in cross-grain lambskin.
    • Product code: 128 leaves of gilt-edged, pale blue Featherweight paper.
    • Dimensions: W9 x H14cm / W3.5 x H5.5"
    • Product code: 1012779
    • Made in England.
    • Need help? Contact us

    The Panama Collection

    Frank Smythson made history in 1908 when he created the world’s first practical, portable diary. Affectionately nicknamed ‘the Panama hat of books’, the diary broke theRead more...