Early 19th-century Note-Taking

“Sunday 17th April 1803 I received this Pocket Book from Mr. G. Zecks. who called on his way to Shelton, at the same time he brought me a Letter from George also received one by the Post from Sarah.”

This early nineteenth century pocket book contains a small notebook (with erasable writing sheets) and silver-capped pencil, along with scissors, a pen-knife, and sewing set.

Erasable writing sheets with pencil

Notebook and pencil

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