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SOCIAL STATIONERY

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smaller die being often cut for the first size sheets or place cards.

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Center or side stamping is a matter of taste, the center being perhaps the most used. If the envelope is marked, the monogram should match the paper exactly in tone and placing.

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A striking example is a note paper of heavy white with narrowest coral border. The small monogram in gold and coral is set at the extreme left of paper heading and envelope fold.

Setting the monogram on the fourth page is, although rather extreme, still used by the best stationers.

A New Idea A new idea is to set the monogram across the center of the fourth page. The paper is then

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