Avery® Manila "G" Shipping Tags - 3.75" Length x 1.87" Width - Rectangular - Wire Fastener - 1000
Item Number: AVE12603
Our Price: $51.87 / BX (savings $19.18)
Quantity in Stock: 120
- Offers smooth writing surface with neutral manila background
- Attach tag with included wire to ensure it stays securely bound
- Features reinforced holes for extra strength to hold firmly without ripping
- Made of 13 point stock
- Tag size: 3-3/4" x 1-7/8"; 1000 / Box
Shipping tags offer a smooth writing surface with a neutral background that makes your text stand out for easy reading. Attach the tag with the included wire to ensure it stays securely bound to the item it represents. Each tag features a reinforced eyelet for extra strength to allow the wire to hold the tag firmly without ripping through the cardstock. Shipping tags are made of 13 point stock.
Manufacturer Part Number: 12603
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.avery.com
Product Name: Manila "G" Shipping Tags
Packaged Quantity: 1000 / Box
Tag Length: 3.75"
Tag Width: 1.87"
Fastener Type: Wire
- Manila G Shipping Tag
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