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Seller: Anachronalia Model: ANA10007Y
An A3 sheet of 100% recycled wrapping paper featuring the earliest known County Map of Yorkshire, made by Christopher Saxton in 1577.NB: This wrapping paper will be shipped folded for easier shipping. Supplied rolled for in person or click & collect purchase only...
£1.50
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Seller: Anachronalia Model: ANA10027Y
Hand sewn, cut flush notebook, with 52 parchment effect pages. Sewn together with hand dyed linen thread. The cover image is a reproduction of a medieval woodcut showing the Archbishop of York in the Middle Ages, at his writing desk. ..
£7.50
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Seller: Fiftyeleven Model: FEC12420Y
Beeswax tablet with stylusBeeswax tablets have been a popular note taking device since at least the 14th century bc and was still widely used in the medieval period. The wax made it possible to make temporary notes which could then be 'erased' to allow the notepad to be reused.The stylus has a point..
£30.00
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Seller: Anachronalia Model: ANA10018Y
Hand sewn with undyed linen thread, and parchment effect cover with a 16th Century woodcut design on. 48 pages of 80gsm paper. Available in three options:Paper-maker, with squared paperPrinter, with lined paperBookbinder, with blank paper...
£4.50
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Seller: Clay and Wood Works Model: MLG30014y
*THIS ITEM IS FOR CLICK AND COLLECT ONLY - OR CONTACT SELLER FOR A PRICE TO POST*This is a hand-made box from reclaimed pine rescued from the roof timbers from Yorkshire buildings, The design is based on ancient drawings of sea chests used by the Vikings.  It was thought they were used to ..
£180.00
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Seller: Anachronalia Model: ANA10004Y
Inspired by the quirky images found in the margins of medieval manuscripts. These hardback case-bound books feature a hand-drawn copy of medieval marginalia in the centre of every sewn section, and a freehand marginalia image in gold foil on the front cover. The remaining pages are blank.The end pap..
£25.00
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Seller: Anachronalia Model: ANA20013Y
As children in the 1820s, Charlotte Brontë and her siblings created many miniature pamphlets. Handmade and crammed with tiny writing, only those of Charlotte and her brother Branwell survive today. Made out of a variety of materials and sewn in many different ways, they are each unique.Make ..
£3.00
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Seller: Anachronalia Model: ANA10013Y
Set of 3 Bronte Book KitsAs children in the 1820s, Charlotte Brontë and her siblings created many miniature pamphlets. Handmade and crammed with tiny writing, only those of Charlotte and her brother Branwell survive today. Made out of a variety of materials and sewn in many different ways, they are ..
£4.00
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Model: ANA30049Y
A pocket sized pamphlet notebook sewn with madder dyed linen. Features red endpapers and a cover image printed onto hammered card. The internal pages are plain 80gsm cream EU Ecolabel certified paper.Available with one of 3 copies of medieval images taken from "The Complete View of the Dress and Hab..
£4.50
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Seller: Anachronalia Model: ANA10043Y
A handy hardback notebook, covered in parchment effect paper. The cover is taken from a 16th century woodcut  depicting a medieval printer's workshop.This paper cover is ready for you to colour-in with ink or coloured pencils, or you can leave it black and white as in the original woodcut.Cream..
£15.00
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Seller: Anachronalia Model: ANA40004Y
Refillable brass leather-bound notebook styled after the Nag Hammadi codices.The Nag Hammadi library is a collection of Gnostic texts, discovered near the Upper Egyptian town of Nag Hammadi in 1945 and dating to the 3rd century.This modern notebook is based on the original codice..
£25.00
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Seller: Fiftyeleven Model: FEC11420Y
Hand carved Spirtle Decorated made from beech..
£16.50
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