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Stationery Place Buff Recycled Natural Kraft Paper A4 100 GSM 100 Sheet Pack

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Based in Sussex we provide frequent, fast deliveries in the local area as well as throughout the UK. The surface has a gentle texture, soft and good-tempered nature, and is a strong and stable enough sheet to ensure excellent printing. Made in the Lake District World Heritage Site, sustainability is a key factor in the making of this card.

These A4 sheets weigh in at 120gsm, and are buff/fawn in colour, with visible straw fibres, and a textured, absorbent feel.A lightly weathered modern buff brick paper for scratchbuilding OO gauge / 1:76 scale model buildings.

Buff is one of three colours of the Alpha Gamma Delta fraternity, and one of two colours of the Delta Chi fraternity. With brick and stone textures that use a lot of toner, particularly darker shades, this can result in a slight shine to the surface of the paper. Our 100% recycled buff sugar paper is slightly rough with unfinished surface and it's perfect for drawing, sketching or colouring with pastels and crayons.In the buff", today meaning naked, originally applied to English soldiers wearing the buff leather tunic that was their uniform until the 17th century. In December 2004, the article was rewritten under its present title to reflect new evidence and new debate on the subject since the writing of the original article. Always achieving good printing results, this buff, light brown Manilla paper is suitable for offset, screen, flexo printing, litho, dry toner and inkjet printers - also easy to customise using several processes (foil and blind embossing, laminating, spot varnishing, creasing, folding, die-cutting and laser-cutting, perforating and binding). If we printed them onto thick card, getting realistic, crisp corners on buildings would be virtually impossible. popularised by Rudyard Kipling in his 1888 work Soldiers Three, has its origins during 2nd Battalion's garrison duties in Malta.

Suitable for contemporary printmaking techniques and as book signatures, especially in scrap books etc. Such coats were intended to protect the wearer, and the strongest and finest leathers tend to be buff, so the term "buff coats" came to refer to all such coats, even if the colour varied.Both General Washington and Alexander Hamilton, as chief of staff, had a role in the design of the uniforms.

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