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Southworth Fine Linen Envelopes - 25% Cotton gives your documents that 'something extra'. Make sure you have that 'something extra' in your envelopes as well. Lovely linen finish. 25% Cotton, #10 size, Watermarked. 24 LB, Ivory, 250 Envelopes. 55% Recycled content with 30% Post-Consumer fiber.
Southworth’s collection of business papers is truly the finest papers available for professional offices of any size.
Communicate in style with any of the cotton content papers from Southworth. From the first moment to enduring memory, cotton paper adds a touch of class. Cotton paper makes first impressions more impressive with a distinct crispness and an unmistakable feel. Someone picking up your document will know before they even read a single word that there’s something special to it. Cotton fiber also provides archival durability – it’s the reason so many historic documents are still with us even centuries later.
Behind the words and below the images, the paper you use makes an impression. The cotton fiber in Southworth Company’s papers sends a message even before ink is applied. Its look and feel says quality, prestige and permanence. Yet Southworth’s cotton fiber paper’s compatibility with the latest electronic imaging techniques makes it the contemporary choice. However you choose to use it, cotton fiber paper is the start of something special. While it remains the paper of choice when you are concerned about image, cotton fiber performs well in a range of roles. While the richness of Southworth’s cotton fiber paper leaves a lasting impression, its strength and adaptability shouldn’t be overlooked. Cotton fiber paper’s natural composition makes it strong enough to stand up to complex printing processes and deliver consistent results.
A very good product for professional looking business letters and envelopes.Published 2 months ago by ChiliDave
Nice looking but printing ink does not go on well or tends to come off or fade.Published 6 months ago by AvidReader
Most folks use envelopes to put papers inside, usually with words applied to them. You can then send your paper with words to someone else by putting it in a big blue box. Read morePublished 21 months ago by D. Rice