13 April 2015

Filofax Catalogue 1993/94

This week we go back to 1993 to look at the A5 format catalogue for 1993-94.

Thank you again to Jené for supplying the scans of this catalogue.

The content of this post is the intellectual property of Filofax Group Ltd. The scans are reproduced here with the full permission of Filofax Group Ltd.

You can find higher resolution scans available on Flickr.


  1. Very handsome pictures that resonate with class.

  2. It's nice to see a catalogue with the Tejus, one of my favourites. I like how they used both back and front views for the cover.

  3. What a great and evocative catalogue...thank you for reproducing it here. It suggests a time when Filofax seemed to care more about their product as already slightly retro and certainly a status symbol. With the apparent de-listing of Filofax at Ryman next year, WH Smith already only seeming to carry 'bin ends', Conduit Street closed (the biggest error of all) and widespread non-availability online, Filofax seem to be hurtling down the road inpursuit of their own death-wish, and I for one will be very sad to see them go. Catalogues and photos such as these are reminders of the days when a Filofax was a symbol of all sorts of things - interest in one's own organisation *and* development, love of fine workmanship (no ring gapping then), UK-made products (mostly gone) and most of all, class.

    Thank you for putting this catalogue up.


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