I got these from the same seller on eBay who sold me my Filofax Balmoral 10 CLF and my Filofax Winchester 5/4.
It is a huge pile of inserts, containing beautiful vintage inserts from the early 1980s and up to 2002.
- Filofax and Lefax maps from the mid 1980s – LOTS of them
- Map indices for each of the maps
- Various to do notes (brands such as Day Runner)
- Different types of Filofax inserts from the 1980s
- A-Z dividers from 1985 and 1991
- Clear flyleaves (I use these as dashboards)
- Filofax and WH Smith clear rulers
- Clear plastic pouch a ndcredit card pockets
- Red plastic flyleaf (I really love this!)
- Filofax black rulers
- Filofax notepaper from the 1980s
- Monthly dividers and tabs depicting months of the year and the related weather!
If anyone would like to see any of the inserts close-up, tell me which ones you are interested in and I can take photos of them and post them tomorrow!
Is the insert bundle still available?
I bought it myself so I am not selling it, sadly.
are you serious??? 16dollars for the whole bundel!!! OMG i want it!!!!
I was really lucky! I am still smiling!
Indeed! Had l known you liked old maps so much l’d have sent you the old ones l had (from the 70s to the mid 90s). I found a whole box of them when l moved out last December. There were city maps, underground maps etc of different places in the US, England and France.
What do you use them for if l may ask?
I have some beautiful old ones that I have framed (not Filofax ones though), others I cover travel journals with. I laminate some to use as writing boards and the modern ones (and a mini atlas) I keep in my Filofax for when I am briefing students for travel or missions abroad. On the old ones I like seeing what countries used to be named, particularly all the former colonies in the British Empire. And where borders exist before and after wars. I am a nerd I tell you!
Wow that’s a nice find! Apart from the dividers, l love everything! It’s a shame though that the maps are so old.
I can buy a new one any time I want – I LOVE these old ones!