William Hannah have just released a new product. Whilst it might not be a notebook or planner. It does complement their other products perfectly.
The card wallet has four pockets, two larger ones on the inside. And two on the outside which will will hold one or two cards each.
The design is simple and straight forward it can be used for business cards or bank cards keeping them snug and secure inside the pockets of the card wallet.
The leather quality is excellent along with the delicate stitching. The packaging is exquisite and this would make the perfect gift for a friend or family member.
It is available in the usual William Hannah ready to ship leather colour options or for slightly more money you can pick a custom bespoke colour option.
Initial embossing is also available as an optional extra.
See the website for full details and current prices.
See the previous review of the pocket notebook here.
This is the Black and Crimson version of the William Hannah Pocket Notebook. I reviewed this product when it first became available a couple of years ago.
Read the previous review here.
See this page on the website: Pocket Notebook Covers
The company William Hannah Ltd will be a new one to a lot of people in the Travellers Notebook community, but the company has been making disc-bound notebook/planner covers for a few years. These covers have been very well received and are finished to a very high standard by artisans in England using Italian vegetable dyed leather hides.
Their A5 and A6 disc-bound notebook covers have been reviewed over on Philofaxy links to those reviews are here if you are interested in finding out more about those:
However, today I’m reviewing a new Pocket Notebook cover. Once again it is made from the finest Italian vegetable dyed leather hides and finished to the same high standard.
The Pocket Notebook comes in a stylish black presentation gift box with the WH logo embossed in to the front surface, the box is a clam shell design and it just increases the anticipation when opening it for the first time.
The first time I saw this packaging with the A5 notebook back in 2016 I thought about what it would be like to receive such a package as a gift. The receiver would have no clue what was in their surprise gift package!
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