In Hoc Signo 2
"In this sign you will conquer."
Before his battle with the Roman Emperor, Maxentius, the emperor Constantine saw a cross in the sky with these words. Not one to let an opportunity pass by (or perhaps the seeds of belief had begun to grow), he had the symbol painted on his army's shields and then he drove Maxentius back across the Milvian Bridge.
Constantine went on to legalize Christianity in the empire, and the famous battle and this inscription has been a part of Christian lore ever since.
This notebook is a one-of-a-kind piece. Made with genuine cowhide and cherry plywood, it's held together with rings hand-cut from a copper pipe. The design is laser cut/engraved and hand-painted.
Once the inventory level drops to '0,' it's gone, but I'd be happy to make a new one for you. Just note that it would not be *EXACTLY* like this one.
NOTEBOOK QUICK SPECIFICATIONS:
Leather: 6-7oz cow hide
Wood backing: Cherry plywood
Dimensions: 5.5" wide by 8.5" high.
Paper: 40 double-sided lined pages. (Unlined pages available)
Coloring: Fiebing's British Tan
Rings: copper pipe