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This stylish A5 black 2020 diary is a wonderful addition to any desk. Complete with week-to-view pages covering October 2019 to December 2020, it’s finished off with the prestigious Motor Sport logo. Keep yourself organised with the ideal place to schedule all of your race dates and meetings. The envelope pocket in the rear-inside cover is also ideal for keeping loose notes and receipts.
The fountain pen comes with a black metal barrel, coated with a soft-feel satin finish. It’s also fitted with a stainless-steel nib. It’s perfect for letter writing, caligraphy and, of course, jotting down those all-important fixtures in your diary. You can even attach it to the pen loop on the diary!
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