While looking for my favorite "Inkspot" - 1 degree south off it I accidentally found a very nice little dark nebula.
It's quite small (less than 3 arc minutes) and has a round "doughnut" like shape (slightly washed out from one side).
I haven't found any information about it, except a single photo in "in-the-sky.org".
Attached a sketch made with a 12" F/4 Newtonian and a Televue 7mm Delite eyepiece, under ~6.5m sky.
Transparency wasn't perfect this night, but the nebula's small size allowed using relatively high power (170x) and the nebula showed a nice contrast.
In the same sketch (at top) there is a tiny 12.5 magnitude planetary nebula. Here is a sketch with marked locations of objects shown and more details.