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JAM Paper Strathmore A7 Invitation Envelope, 5 1/4" x 7 1/4", Ivory, 25/Pack (191203)

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Item #: 901-262500JAM
  Model #: 191203
Brand: Jam Paper
JAM Paper Strathmore A7 Invitation Envelope, 5 1/4 x 7 1/4, Ivory, 25/Pack (191203)
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Description
JAM Paper® A7 Size strathmore ivory laid envelope in a carton of 25 is perfect for greeting cards, invitations or any other announcements and is made from 30% recycled paper. JAM Paper® A7 Size strathmore ivory laid envelope in a carton of 25 has a square gummed flap which helps to keep the content securely. Envelope of 5 1/4" x 7 1/4" size is watermarked and has an acid free feature.
  • Size: A7 (5 1/4" x 7 1/4")
  • Closure: Gum
  • Opening: Booklet
  • Material: Paper
  • Finish: Laid
  • Envelope type: Business
  • Envelope flap: Straight flap
  • Envelopes are 25% cotton
  • Watermarked and acid free
  • Perfect for 4 x 6 photos or 4 x 6 cards
  • Used to send large direct mail, elegant wedding, response cards, save-the-dates, thank you notes, invitations, and table seatings
  • Paper weight: 24 lbs.
  • 25 envelopes per pack
Specifications
Brand : Jam Paper Color Family : Ivory Customizable : No Envelope Closure : Gummed
Envelope Flap Style : Square Envelope Number : A7 Envelope Pack Size : 25 Per Pack Envelope Size : 5 1/4" x 7 1/4"
Envelope Type : Invitation Envelope Window Location : None Height in Inches : 5.25 Material of Item : Paper
Pack Qty : 1 Post Consumer Content (%) : 0 Recycled Content (%) : 0 Security Tint : Untinted
True Color : Ivory Width in Inches : 7.25
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Pack

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