Sparco Single Window Invoice Envelopes - Single Window - #10 - 4 1/2" Width x 9 1/2" Length - 24 lb
Item Number: SPR43925
Our Price: $47.00 / BX (savings $32.66)
Quantity in Stock: 9
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- Offers single windows for mailing address
- Compatible with most letter-size, computer-generated invoices and statements
- Poly envelopes have inside blue security tint for privacy of contents
- Self-sealing design makes them quick and easy to close
No. 10 invoice envelopes offer single windows for mailing address. Compatible with most letter-size, computer-generated invoices and statements. Poly 24 lb. window envelopes have inside blue security tint for privacy of contents. Self-sealing design makes them quick and easy to close.
Manufacturer: Sparco Products
Manufacturer Part Number: 43925
Product Name: Single Window Invoice Envelopes
Packaged Quantity: 500 / Box
Mailer/Envelope Type: Single Window
Mailer/Envelope Classification: #10
Mailer/Envelope Width: 4 1/2"
Mailer/Envelope Length: 9 1/2"
Mailer/Envelope Weight: 24 lb
Closure Type: Self-sealing
Features: Security Tint
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