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Southworth® Parchment Specialty Paper, 24 Lb., 8 1/2" x 11", Copper, Pack Of 500
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Southworth® Parchment Specialty Paper, 24 Lb., 8 1/2" x 11", Copper, Pack Of 500

Item # 650018 OfficeMax # 21685534
Bring an old-world look and feel to your documents
  • Compatible with most copiers, inkjet and laser printers.
  • Acid and lignin free.
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Bring an old-world look and feel to your documents
  • Compatible with most copiers, inkjet and laser printers. 
  • Acid and lignin free. 
  • Matching envelopes are sold separately. 
  • 24-lb paper offers durability and longevity. 

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Item # 650018 
Manufacturer # 894C  
sheet size 8 1/2 x 11
paper color Copper
machine compatibility copier; inkjet printer; laser printer
paper weight 24 lb
paper material parchment
paper finish type fine
watermarked no
envelopes included no
acid free yes
bleaching chemistry elemental chlorine free (ECF)
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%
quantity 500
brand name Southworth
manufacturer Southworth Company
paper sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"

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Southworth� Parchment Specialty Paper, 24 Lb., 8 1/2 x 11, Copper, Pack Of 500 5 5 1 1
Beautiful Multipurpose Fine Paper I use this paper regularly. It is both beautiful and distinctive. It works well with ivory paper. If you ever make stapled booklets, it works as a cover, as it has a bit of extra stiffness to it as well as texture. I have never tried it on an inkjet printer, as we have only a black-and-white laser printer, but it works beautifully in that printer, with the black print contrasting very nicely with the rich color. Although it looks fairly dark in the picture, it is not. When I held it against plain ivory paper just now, they were very similar in tone. The primary difference that made the Xerox plain ivory copy paper seem much brighter is that it is smoother. The parchment has a definite texture and a matte finish; it is definitely easier on my eyes. April 28, 2010
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