The cover of this Paperblanks A4 notebook is modelled after a masterpiece from the French Museum Musée Condé. It houses more than 1,500 manuscripts, including Eusebius' Evangelica praeparatione. What makes the 1540 edition so special is that it is the "editio princeps" or first printing of the Evangelica, which had existed only as a manuscript. The contents were printed in Paris in 1544 and the special red morocco binding featuring elaborate scrollwork, is reproduced on the notebook's cover.
- Dimensions: 21 x 30 cm
- 128 pages acid-free
- 120 gsm paper
- Hard cover
- Elastic closure
- Gusseted pocket
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