Closely patterned after a Montana cowboy’s diary recording details of a cattle drive in 1880-1881, this would fit well in a saddlebag or coat pocket, and is representative of the American West from roughly 1860-1910. 96 pages of a creamy vellum text that’s a very good match for nineteenth century paper. Sewn on 2 cloth tapes and bound in natural pigskin, blind tooled. We’ve kept the original pencil loop and added a gusseted pocket at rear for receipts, etc.
Original size of 4″ by 5 3/4″.