For your consideration is a well-loved vintage Dooney & Bourke personal planner organizer agenda in black pebble all-weather-leather with a nice patina tan trim. It has a leather side tab button snap closure. The inside leather is lined with a complementary pale mustard yellow leather. On the inside there are a total of 4 side pockets - on the left, a side pocket for a vertical notepad/notes, and on the right, a horizontal top side pocket for a horizontal notepad. There is also a pen/pencil holder. On the other side of the flap/divider are 2 vertical side pockets, as well as a leather snap button closure strap to keep your credit cards, pics, etc secure in the vinyl card holder insert.
NOTE: There is a 1/4" tear/nick on the left top front of the tan trim on the spine, as well as a 1/8" tear/nick on the left bottom trim of the spine. (*See last pic.) There are also scuffs on the corner edges that have worn through the trim to the base. (*See second to last pic.) On the inside there are lots of pen marks along the right edge of the center flap/divider. On the other side of the flap/divider there are more pen marks to the back cover. Also on the back inside cover there appears to be a white 'scarring' consistent with the removal of adhesive tape, which has lifted the pigment color from the leather. *See 8th photo of inside back cover that shows a pale rectangular area up top. The pic is darker so you can see the contrast. This mar does not affect the use of the slip pocket, and...if you use a side-bound notepad there - you can just cover it up! Despite these flaws, this organizer still has a lot of life left in it, if you can appreciate vintage D&B products.