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Traditional quill pen to modern laptop with readable addressed envelopes to match each period. From tiny paperclips for your desk drawer to a desk diary with personalised appointments; this superbly detailed range of stationery and accessories will enhance any office or study setting.

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Magazine File

£1.20

Magazine File

£1.20
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Magazine File Box in assorted mottled colours, matches Pencil Pots. Just the right size to hold our Magazine Sets and Pocket Files or fill with your own office papers.

Nib Pen

£1.20

Nib Pen

£1.20
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Thin pen with tiny metal effect tip

Paper Clips

£1.00

Paper Clips

£1.00
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Set of 4 tiny paper clips.

Pencil

£1.20

Pencil

£1.20
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Thin pencil with hand sharpened wooden end and black tip

Pencil Pot

£3.00

Pencil Pot

£3.00
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Cylindrical pencil pot in a variety of colours. The mottled finishes match office magazine files. Contains 5 pens/ pencils with varied ends.

Plastic Ruler

£1.00

Plastic Ruler

£1.00
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Transparent plastic effect “12 inch ruler” exactly 1 inch long marked in apparent inches and centimeters

Posted envelope – no stamp pre – 1840

£0.80
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This is a miniature reproduction of old letter which looks as if it has been freshly delivered. At this time envelopes were not used, instead the sheet of paper that the letter was written on was folded up, sealed together and the address written on the outside. These envelopes are constructed just like the real […]

Posted Envelopes – Penny Red (single)

£0.80
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Single folded Victorian letter with readable address. Featuring a penny red stamp and contemporary postmark; these envelopes are miniature reproductions of old letters, which look as if they have been freshly delivered. At this time envelopes were not always used, instead the sheet of paper that the letter was written on was folded up, sealed […]

Posted Envelopes – Edward VII (5)

£3.50
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A set of five handmade envelopes with readable addresses featuring Edward VII stamps and contemporary postmarks; these envelopes are miniature reproductions which look as if they have been freshly delivered. The envelopes are constructed just like the real thing and can be carefully torn open with fine forceps for extra detail.