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    Default Re: Looking for stationary

    I was just looking in Staples, and noticed they had a fair selection of fancy envelopes and related.

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    Default Re: Looking for stationary

    May your stationery always be stationary until you deem it otherwise...


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    Default Re: Looking for stationary

    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Brian View Post
    The British Company that make Basildon Bond and Three Candlesticks are first class.
    Part of Hamelin these days, and according to their website:

    "Hamelin is a French owned family business..."

    Every time this thread pops up in the new posts I have a terrible urge to say something like "Wise man looking for stationary must remain still and it will come to him." However, on a more practical note, one can navigate oneself around the stationary/stationery spelling quagmire by remembering E for Envelopes, or ER in papER.
    In the words of Paul Simon, you can call me Al.

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    Default Re: Looking for stationary

    Shipping from Germany to the States costs 1/3 what it costs to mail the other way.
    I pave Papyrus paper...is ok, nothing more.

    M&K papers the only paper by Brunner worth owning, comes in two or three papers, one is a typewriter paper so is only write on the front side. I still have two, but my B&M carries it. In I don't do much on online...I would for that paper.

    M&K was a big name in the '50-60's until it went under. I'm happily surprised Brunner continued making it a good paper and didn't try to take people with the name like that ball point pen paper that wasn't used by Hemingway...

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    Default Re: Looking for stationary

    Laywine's in Toronto has some very nice Pineider stationery that behaves very well with a broad, wet nib. Laywine's promptly shipped my order.

    Paper truly has some nice postcards that look like a telegram. Price includes shipping, and the paper behaved nicely with fountain pen ink.
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    Default Re: Looking for stationary

    Try Yoseka Stationery... US based. I've not purchased from them but them bookmarked for when i need something.
    https://yosekastationery.com/

    Papier Plume in New Orleans is another source. I have purchased from their store when i was in town. Good people.
    https://www.papierplume.com/product-...tationery.html

    no doubt many others but those two came to mind first

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