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JAM Paper® Cello Sleeves with Self-Adhesive Closure, A2, 4.625 x 5.875, Clear, 100/Pack (A2CELLO)

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Item #: 901-262893JAM
  Model #: A2CELLO
Brand: Jam Paper
JAM Paper® Cello Sleeves with Self-Adhesive Closure, A2, 4.625 x 5.875, Clear, 100/Pack (A2CELLO)
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JAM Paper® A2 Clear 4 5/8 x 5 7/8 cello sleeves envelope in a pack of 100 has dimension of 4.6 x 0.1 x 5.9" and enhances the look of your greeting cards or promotions. JAM Paper® Clear A2 Cello Sleeve Envelopes with self Adhesive Closures are made out of smooth, high quality, durable, and clear cellophane plastic. This pack contains an even total of 100 sleeves. Each one of these sleeves measures 4 5/8 x 5 7/8 inches in size which makes them ideal for protectively enclosing A2 sized cards, note cards, and stationery. Each one of these sleeves opens on one of the shorter ends and has a reliable, easy to use, self-adhesive peel-and-seal closure. If you make homemade cards to sell, these clear sleeves are perfect for packaging your product! Their transparent quality allows for all contents to be easily viewed from the outside!
  • Size: 4 5/8" x 5 7/8"
  • Closure: Self adhesive
  • Perfect for invitation, announcement, promotion and greeting
  • 100 envelopes per pack
Specifications
Envelope Size : 4 3/8" x 5 3/4" Color Family : Clear Material of Item : Plastic True Color : Clear
Recycled Content (%) : 0 Height in Inches : 5.88 Post Consumer Content (%) : 0 Envelope Pack Size : 100 Per Pack
Pack Qty : 1 Envelope Type : Currency/Coin Width in Inches : 4.63 Envelope Flap Style : Open End
Brand : Jam Paper Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Pack

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