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List of stationery topics

Embossed stationery

This is a list of stationery topics. Stationery has historically pertained to a wide gamut of materials: paper and office supplies, writing implements, greeting cards, glue, pencil cases and other similar items.

Stationery topics

A

B

An assortment of binder clips, with an AA battery for scale

C

A sheet of carbon paper, with the coating side down

D

E

Information printed on embossing tape

F

G

H

An index card in a library card catalog. In the computer age, this type of cataloging is now mostly obsolete.

I

J

A Hobonichi Techo notebook.
  • Japanese stationery

K

L

Liquid Paper products on display at The Women's Museum in Dallas, Texas

M

N

Notebooks for sale at a department store

P

A Bavarian postal card from 1895 with an imprinted stamp
Some Royal Mail rubber bands, on top of letter size guide

R

S

  • Stationers of the United Kingdom
  • Stationers (people)

T

A simple tickler file

V

W

See also

References

  1. ^ "A Big Clip Job? Think Washington". The Washington Post, 05-19-2006, Linda Hales. 20 May 2006. 
  2. ^ Johnson, Bobbie (2011-02-25). "BBC News - Business cards side-lined by digital contact revolution". Bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-12-11. 
  3. ^ Wissinger, R. R. (1950). Carbon Papers and Other Duplicating Papers. In Mosher, R. H. (ed), Specialty Papers, Their Properties and Applications (pp.335-367). Brooklyn, N.Y.: Remsen Press.
  4. ^ Hilary, Greenbaum; Rubinstein, Dana (2012-01-20). "WHO MADE THAT? The Hand-Held Highlighter". The New York Times Sunday Magazine. pp. MM20. Retrieved 2012-01-26. 
  5. ^ Musgrove, Mike (July 17, 2005). "This Retro PDA Doesn't Need Batteries". The Washington Post. 

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • The dictionary definition of stationery at Wiktionary
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