A-7 Purple Eggplant Solid Euro Flap Envelopes

$17.99 per 50 Envelopes
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SKU 2279-34-050
Quantity 50 Envelopes
Size A7, 5 1/4" x 7 1/4"

The A-7 Purple Eggplant Solid Euro Flap envelopes are perfect for sending out invitations, announcements and stationery with a simple, classic look. The A-sized envelopes have side seam construction, with large, deep "V" flaps.

Paper Finish: The Solid Purple Eggplant is acid free for archival purposes, FSC Certified, carbon neutral and manufactured with windpower.

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Envelope can be ordered at a low cost to test in your printer or to feel the quality. Shipping is only a flat $1 for as many samples as you would like.

$ 0.50 per Envelope

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Specifications

General
Finish Solid
Comparable To Brand Strathmore Premium Wove Eggplant
Final Size A7, 5 1/4" x 7 1/4"
Weight (Pounds - lbs) 80
Weight GSM (Grams / Meter Sq) 119
Caliper Points 6.1
Paper Weight Type Text
Acid Free Yes
Chlorine Free Yes
Lignin Free Yes
Flap Style Euro Flap
Pantone 5185 PC
Watermarks No
Vegan (non-animal) Materials Yes
Country of Manufacture USA
FSC Certified Yes
Environmental
% Post Consumer Fiber 30
Recyclable Yes
Biodegradable Yes
Made with Renewable Energy Yes (Windpower)
Printing / Finishing
Laser Print Capable Yes
Inkjet Print Capable Yes
Commercial Printing Engraving, Letterpress, Lithography, Offset, Silkscreen, Thermography
Commercial Finishing Box Covers, Foil Stamping, Heat-Set Web, Perfect Binding, Saddle Stitching, Varnishing
Embossing Blind Embossing, Debossing, Heat Embossing
Usage
Uses Announcements, Brochures, Calligraphy, Flyers, Greeting Cards, Invitations, Maps & Directions, Menus, Newsletters, Overlays, Wedding Programs, Response Card Envelopes (RSVP's), Resumes, Rubber Stamping, Scrapbooking, Stationery

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