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    Navy Ruled Moleskine - Limited Edition Edinburgh International Book Festival Logo Edition

    £14.17
    Price inclusive of VAT £17.00

    Soft cover Large Moleskine debossed with the Festival logo

    ISBN: XMSNVYRLD
    AuthorMoleskine

    Soft cover Large Moleskine debossed with the Festival logo

    Dimensions 21cmx13cm, ruled pages

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    Soft cover Large Moleskine debossed with the Festival logo

    Dimensions 21cmx13cm, ruled pages

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