Notebook in Arnold Sandwich Thins Ad

I always like coming across random images of notebooks in advertisements. This one is rather intriguing:

Here’s a close-up:

I can’t help wondering where they got that notebook! Or perhaps they made it? It sort of looks like a Midori Traveler’s Notebook, with the raw-edged leather cover and 3 smaller booklets within. But the booklets seem to be sewn to the cover, not held in by an elastic.

Has anyone ever seen a notebook like this? And does anyone know if that bread is any good? I should probably be eating smarter and getting more fiber myself, I was jotting something down about that just the other day…

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5 Responses to “Notebook in Arnold Sandwich Thins Ad”

  1. The notebook looks like three thick signatures that were sewn together (with each other) but not glued at the spine, so there are gaps between signatures, as can be seen in the photo. The method of attaching to the cover is not clear from the photo. Thanks, this blog is a must-read favorite for me.

  2. The bread is really good! I use it all of the time for me and my kids.

  3. I’ve never seen the notebook before, but I love the bread! (I have used it for both normal cold cut sandwiches and chunky egg salads, and it’s stood up to both deliciously.)

  4. this is a very common book, search on ebay for leather journal. it’s this type: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Fair-Trade-Handmade-Medium-Eco-Stitch-Leather-Journal-/180587989845?pt=UK_Stationery&hash=item2a0be20b55

  5. I think it may be a Chinese version of the Midori Traveler

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