Letts of London

Thomas Letts was an English stationer and printer who popularised the diary. In 1816, his father published ‘Letts's diary or bills owed book and almanack’ as the first commercially produced diary, which Thomas developed into dozens of differently printed and bound editions with annual publications.

Letts' publications became very quick ubiquitous, being used by many of the well-known Victorian writers.

Today, Letts is a leading manufacturer of a wide range of diaries and notebooks. The product range is characterised by a combination of superior quality and modern design. Some of them are legendary, like the black or blue slim diary in bonded leather and gold corners.