Exacompta -- 'Exact Accounting' -- was founded in Paris as a printing and binding works to produce ledgers. At a time when accounting was done by hand, Exacompta manufactured ledgers of exceptional quality. Their books were finely bound, with thick mint or ivory paper and clear, crisp print. Today, Exacompta products are still known for their consistent high quality.
Exacompta journals are sewn and bound, meaning the books open flat while pages won't become loose and fall out with use. Made with Clairefontaine paper, each page is secure -- ink never bleeds or feathers; and pencil marks stay put. The vellum paper is acid-free, with an exceptionally smooth surface. Nibs glide over the page.