Moleskine Volant Journals – set of 2

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ISBN: 8051272890532

Soft Cover

The Volant journal in sunflower and brass yellow is a great addition to any household or office. This reliable travel companion and office mate is perfect for your writing thoughts and passing notes. Equipped with a cardboard bound cover, rounded corners, acid-free paper and a bookmark with elastic closure, you'll be ready for any kind of note taking needs.

Moleskine is based in Milan, and co-founded by Italian designer Maria Sebregondi. The brand is dedicated to quality, culture, travel, memory, imagination, and personal identity. 

Author: Moleskine

Features: Set of 2

Dimensions: 218 x 132 mm


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