In our scriptorium - our historical writing room - you will find notebooks, writing utensils and accessories in a rustic design. Enjoy the special feel that goes with the carefully stamped leather covers and the hand-pressed paper. With our leather books you can immerse yourself in history and make history yourself - in the truest sense of the word.
Historical notebooks with many applications
Our medieval notebooks are available in different sizes, so that they can be used in different areas: as a small notebook for the pocket in the LARP or in the large version as a guestbook of a historical building. The rustic, handcrafted sketchbooks are also great as a gift. Our leather books are especially suitable in THE LARP (Live Action Role Play) for all Scholars, Shamans, Druids and anyone who wants to take notes on IT (In Time). Most writing utensils are also ideal for Living History due to their historical design and the use of natural materials. The robust paper of our notebooks is hand-pressed according to the historical model.
Our products from the scriptorium are not only useful when you take notes or keep a diary, they can also be used as decoration. They are popular as a prop in the theatre, as an accessory on the medieval market, as a rustic decoration at home or in historic taverns and bars.
Historical writing in the Middle Ages
Modern letterpress began in 1450, when Johannes Gutenberg commissioned his first printing press. Before that, writings were written by hand, with some exceptions. Not many people could read and write, mostly it was reserved for the nobility and the clergy. Not only books were written, but also letters and dispatches.