These printed marbled papers are very hard to find and an excellent match for ledgers from the early 1900’s. They came from a bindery in North Dakota that handled the state’s record books and when they’re gone, they’re gone forever.
The paper on the left is heavier; a light cardstock measuring 36″ by 23 1/2″, long grain, with red, creme, and dark brown.
The paper on the right is a standard text weight measuring 19 7/8″ by 15 7/8″, short grain.
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