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Friday, November 21, 2014
Vintage Franklin Quest Two Tone Planner!
It is a vintage Compact (same ring configuration as a Filofax Personal) sized binder with the Franklin Quest logo (Franklin Quest pre-dated the current Franklin Covey). Franklin Quest binders are from the era of 1992-1997 - I really have no idea when this was manufactured, it did have some inserts dated 1993, but those could have easily been added by the previous owner. You can read more about Franklin Covey's History by clicking here. In any case it is at least 17 years old and possibly as old as 21-22 years old. Oh and the best deal of all is that I got it for less than $14 US dollars and part of that price was shipping!
Here's a peek:
|Front Cover. I added the pencil so you could get a true idea of the color. The photo shows pretty true to the actual|
color which is Navy Blue with a Deep Tan trim. The tan trim is almost the exact same color as a Filofax Ochre Malden.
|Back Side - notice the exterior zip pocket - I use my planner as a wallet so this is a perfect place to keep my|
Debit Card, which allows me to keep my binder closed for simple purchases.
|The wristlet handle is completely removable - I just love the antique Gold hardware.|
|Generous sized gusseted pocket behind the zip pocket.|
|Back Side: Features two slip pockets, the topmost one is tall enough to secure a note pad. Notice the generous|
sized pen loop which sports my four barrel Frixion Pen.
|Leather Stamp: it is really hard to photo this, but it says Verona Leather/Aniline Trim on the|
first line and the second line has the product number followed by Made in USA.