CRANE'S CREST® Papers
||Azure Blue, Ecru White, Flourescent White, Moonstone Grey, Natural White, Pearl White
|Imaging, Kid, Laid, Smooth, Wove
|24 lb. Writing to 268 lb. 4-ply
- The world’s best-selling cotton fiber paper.
- All Writing and Text weights are guaranteed for laser and ink jet printers and high speed copiers
Neenah Paper’s Universal Digital Finishes are highly recommended for any digital printing press such as HP Indigo®, Xerox iGen®, Kodak NexPress® or Canon ImagePRESS.™
Color: Fluorescent White
Weight: 90 lb. Cover
Size: 18 x 12
Green Since 1801
Pure cotton Crane papers are made from cotton linters—
a byproduct of the cotton industry that is recognized by the EPA as recovered fiber. Not only are these fibers environmentally responsible, they make a paper of superior quality. In addition, the repeatedly reusable cotton in CRANE'S CREST® Papers can be recycled with traditional paper.
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The Medium is the Message
Beautiful yet dependable, strong yet soft, cotton is a noted material used to state significance, to impress and to add unique texture to business communications. Distinguished by its elegant and crisp character, CRANE'S’S CREST® Papers announce clearly that you care about your business correspondence and that you have taken the time to choose the best.
Cotton paper is naturally brighter than wood-fiber paper, which requires greater chemical processing to achieve a clean, bright appearance. In addition, the fibers of cotton paper interlock with intrinsic strength, enabling CRANE’S CREST® Papers to withstand the rigors of any printing process, remaining crisp and fresh.
The Mark of History
Crane & Co. is now in its seventh generation, with roots going back to before the American Revolution.
Paul Revere, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt and the Queen Mum are among the millions—from the eminent to the ordinary, from heads of state to heads of households, from European monarchs to Hollywood royalty—who have relied on the fine 100% cotton Crane Papers to help shape their piece of history.
View a gallery of exquisite engraving on CRANE'S Papers.