A guide to some of the envelope types that you may encounter in your daily business activities

Announcement Text

Designed for use with matching text and cover papers. Able to have deckle-edge flaps.

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Announcement Text Envelope Back
Announcement Text Envelope Front

Baronial

Formal style envelopes with a large pointed flap. Used for invitations, announcements, greeting cards, and more.

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Baronial Envelope Back
Baronial Envelope Front


Booklet

Side with opening allows for overall printing. Used for booklets, catalogs, folders and more.

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Booklet Envelope Back

Catalogue

Large envelopes used for catalogs magazines, folders, reports and more.

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Baronial Envelope Back
Baronial Envelope Front

Coin

Small envelopes used for coins, small parts, and more. Most coin envelopes are not mailable.

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Coin Envelope Back
Coin Envelope Front

Commercial

Standard correspondence and direct-mail style envelopes. Includes the standard Number 10 envelope.

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Commercial Envelope Back
Commercial Envelope Front

Metal Clasp

Similar to the catalog style, but with a metal clasp allowing for multiple openings and closing.

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Metal Clasp Envelope Back
Metal Clasp Envelope Front

Policy

Used for insurance polices, bonds, mortgages, and legal papers.

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Policy Envelope Back
Policy Envelope Front

Remittance

Large flap is useful for printing additional messages and offers. Used for coupons, applications, statements, and more.

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Remittance Envelope Back
Remittance Envelope Front

Ticket

Used for movie, concert, and theater tickets.

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Ticket Envelope Back
Ticket Envelope Front

Wallet Flap

Used for statements, and other documents that require a stronger envelope for added protection.

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Wallet Flap Envelope Back
Wallet Flap Envelope Front

Window

Allows the name and address on encloser to show. Used for invoices, statements, paychecks, receipts, and more.

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Window Envelope Back
Window Envelope Front