Crane's Lettra Fluor White Cover 26x20 220lb/600g 10/pkg

Manufacturer Sku: 22127

Price: $53.92

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12: End of the road, these papers are extremely heavy and usually require specialty equipment to print, not your everyday home printer. A great weight for letter pressing. Common weights not very common 134lb cover-236lb cover. 350+gsm

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Crane's Lettra is a 100% cotton paper with the feel of fabric and the look of handmade art paper. Lettra has been engineered especially for letterpress printing. The paper is soft and luxurious to the touch, yet strong and stable on press. Lettra's distinct extra bulky feel is made without surface sizing to maximize its receptiveness to a deep impression. Custom cuts will require a 1/4 inch trim around the edge to produce a quality cut.

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