19th Century Ladies Domestic Journal




These small pocket journals will slip neatly into an apron pocket or rest contentedly beside a sewing machine. The title page reads, “Ladies’ Diary, being a repository for daily musings and observations on the domestic life.” The paper is a 60″ cream white, an excellent match with the machine-made paper of the period. 192 pages, 4 1/2″ tall, 3 3/4″ wide. Patterned after common bindings of the day, the spine is black morocco leather, with sides of heavily embossed cloth. Endsheets are a plain yellow, replicating a very common 19th century endpaper.

For the Reenactor, Civil War Buff, or 19th century Enthusiast. Ladies Domestic Journal.

Two styles: New cloth sides in a peach tone (unstained), or the same sides stained with brown tints.


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