Check out this delight - he is definitely the bad boy in my collection...
Not only does he look like a bad boy, he has caused me to stray from the Filofax path... I have no idea of his origins, but am happy to have him in my company.
He is actually a plain, simple, black folder with his own fabulous leather jacket slip cover (complete with a pocket in the front). Someone has put a lot of work into the detail of this cover, with all the zips, chains, tiger T-shirt, buttons, star studs and a belt. The finishing on the cover is beautiful, and I find it hard to believe that someone would make it and not keep it, or have it given to them and not look after it.
|plain black heavy duty card type folder|
|Slip cover jacket|
|Opened out from the front|
It also came with dividers (Calendar Planner, Today, Finance, Project, Goals, Notes, C-Z - some with addresses on), card holders, unusual plastic inserts containing post it style notes and some stickers. The front page of the inserts identifies them as being from Filopac (I've tried googling them and have had no joy) and this is The Executive Edition.
Below are some pictures of the inserts, I haven't seen any of these before...
|unusual plastic folders|
|Same type, but opening the other way|
|Filopac Executive Edition|
|Month on Two Pages|
|Things to Do for the week|
|Today - with space for times, appointments and|
|Don't forget sheets|
|Adress tabs and extra pages|
|Ring mechanism embossed with "ensons"|
|A bit blurred I'm afraid. Having seen small gaps in the|
top set if rings, when I took all the inserts out to take
a photo of the mechanism, the gaps are almost gone.
I am now in a total quandary as to what to do with this binder. I had planned to move in as soon as it arrived, but I now feel that I'm spoiling somebody's history by doing this. In a way I would love to use these inserts, but in another way I want to just preserve this whole thing as it is...
I think I may need help...