Our limited edition Almon notebook is named in tribute to John Almon, the 18th-century writer and journalist believed to be the editor of the first ever edition of what would become Debrett’s Peerage and Baronetage, published in 1769.
The A5 notebook features the cover design of the 250-year-old volume gold foil-stamped on smooth red leather, plus 16 pages of front-matter on contemporary etiquette such as dress codes, the Season calendar, and forms of address.
This very special notebook is handcrafted in the UK from Italian calfskin leather and features gilt-edged pages, two ribbon markers and Debrett’s heritage endpapers.
It can be customised for Peerage and Baronetage entrants with an up-to-date family entry and crest (where available) printed and bound into the book (up to 4 pages).
To personalise your notebook(s), please add to basket and go through the checkout process, making sure to include an up-to-date email address. A member of Debrett’s editorial team will contact you by email within 3 working days with a proof of your family entry, to which you may make any updates or changes as required.
Please note if your entry runs to more than 4 pages we will need to consult you on possible edits to reduce the length.
To purchase the notebook without personalisation, view separate product listing.