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    Publisher: Waverley Books

    Grant Ancient Hunting:: Waverley Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Pocket Notebook (9cm x 14cm)

    £9.99
    Bound in genuine Grant Ancient Hunting tartan cloth made in Britain and supplied with the authority of Kinloch Anderson, this pocket hardback notebook is 14 x 9cm, with 176 pages - each spread has left blank, right ruled pages. With stained edges, ribbon marker, a bookmark and inner note holder.
    ISBN: 9781849344791
    AuthorRon Grosset
    Pub Date01/06/2018
    BindingHardback
    Pages176
    Availability: In Stock

    Bound in genuine Grant Ancient Hunting tartan cloth made in Britain and supplied with the authority of Kinloch Anderson, this pocket hardback notebook is 14 x 9cm, with 176 pages - each spread has left blank, right ruled pages. With stained edges, ribbon marker, a bookmark and inner note holder this notebook is part of the real cloth tartan notebooks from Waverley Scotland. Made with acid-free paper from sustainable forests. Clan Grant of Strathspey have several associated tartans that include the Black Watch, but the colourful sett featured on this notebook has a military origin as Sir James Grant raised two regiments in the late 18th century. The Grant name is probably the most famous by its whisky connection. In 1887 William Grant built the distillery of the now world-famous Glenfiddich whisky.

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    Bound in genuine Grant Ancient Hunting tartan cloth made in Britain and supplied with the authority of Kinloch Anderson, this pocket hardback notebook is 14 x 9cm, with 176 pages - each spread has left blank, right ruled pages. With stained edges, ribbon marker, a bookmark and inner note holder this notebook is part of the real cloth tartan notebooks from Waverley Scotland. Made with acid-free paper from sustainable forests. Clan Grant of Strathspey have several associated tartans that include the Black Watch, but the colourful sett featured on this notebook has a military origin as Sir James Grant raised two regiments in the late 18th century. The Grant name is probably the most famous by its whisky connection. In 1887 William Grant built the distillery of the now world-famous Glenfiddich whisky.