Ideal for home or office use, the Graphic Image 2021 Brown Crocodile 5x7 Weekly Journal/Planner features month and week-at-a-view appointment pages plus facing pages for keeping notes on your daily activities. The size makes it ideal to take with you, and includes recreational travel information, US and international holidays so it can be used for personal planning as well.
The 216 pages include 208 calendar, appointment and resource pages the are Smyth sewn for strength, longevity and lets the pages lie flat when opened. Also included is a double-faced cream satin ribbon marker.
Calendar & appointment pages include:
Includes information pages on:
Special features include:
Month-by-month listing of notable local events of national interest, including: festivals, parades, carnivals, Olympics, auto races, tournaments, fairs, jubilees, and expos.
State Travel Directory: State-by-state listing of telephone numbers of useful sources of travel and tourism information. Items vary by state but typically include:
Graphic Image Calfskin Crocodile Leather
Traditional calfskin is considered among the finest full-grain leathers in the world that grows more beautiful with use and can be kept a lifetime. This unforgettable embossing and hand-stained color with a glass finish makes their "Classic Croc" collection indistinguishable from its authentic namesake.
Graphic Image, a family owned business was established in 1969 in the USA. The full-grain leathers come from the world's finest tanneries, primarily in France and Italy. With these long-term relationships, Graphic Image works with expert tanners who nurture the tanning process to achieve the soft, old-style look of in the the Traditional line and the bright hues of the Goatskin collection.
Smyth Sewn Binding
Smyth sewn refers to the centuries old book binding technique. Books that are smyth sewn are library quality and are constructed to last. Smyth sewn books are durable and made to be handled a lot and open flat.
This process was done by hand until American inventor David McConnel Smythe invented a machine to sew the signatures together in 1879. Nowadays the stitched together text block is often glued on the spine to keep the thread in place and sometimes further reinforced by gluing a piece of fabric over thread on the spine. Head bands and foot bands made of decorative ribbon are sometimes glued to the top and bottom of the pages to further beautify the binding and hide stitching and glue.
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