Correspondence Paper A4
Letter cards for writing, stamping and printing.
In addition to the question of the content and form of a message, there is regularly the question of the appropriate carrier, especially when, in addition to hand writing with ink or graphite, comes the option of hand printing with stamps. The absorbency, color, surface structure and treatment of the paper lead to different results. We have put together three papers that differ from each other both in terms of color and raw material substance, but above all in terms of surface structure, each of which gives lettering and printing a unique impression. You can see the surfaces greatly enlarged in the images shown below.
Original Crown MiIl. Stationery from Belgium.
The papers are all from the Pelletier paper mill in Brussels; the purveyor to the court of the Belgian royal family was one of the first manufactories to provide envelopes with a lining of tissue paper.
In addition to the stationery (100 g / sqm) - available in A4 as a letter pad or single sheet with watermark "Original Crown Mill" or in A5 as a letter pad without watermark - we offer in each case the matching letter cards (280 or 300 g / sqm) with a firmer structure and lined envelopes in two formats.
Article Number 41345
Crown Mill Vergé.
Cream-colored pulp paper with deckle edge.
Crown Mill Velin.
Velin (frz. vélin = fine, soft parchment) is pure white, smooth, made of pulp.
Crown Mill Cotton.
Soft white cotton paper with the typical rough surface.
Paper. For hand-writing and printing.
If you decide to write something by hand in ink or graphite or have the option of hand printing with stamps, you always have to decide not only on content and form, but on the appropriate carrier, too. The carrier can lead to very different results, depending on its absorption qualities, color as well as surface structure und treatment. We have put together three types of paper, with different colors, raw materials und, above all, surface structure that will give the print a unique look.
Original Crown MiIl. Correspondence Paper made in Belgium.
All papers come from the paper manufacturer Pelletier in Brussels, Belgium, who have been manufacturing different types of correspondence paper since 1870 and are purveyor of the Belgium Royal House. They were one of the first manufacturers that equipped their envelopes with a silk paper lining.
Pale white, made of cotton, with a rough surface typical of this paper.
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