Abstract: A package of business cards arranged in a stack. Each card has a main body bearing data and an end tab connected to one end of the main body along a tear line, and a cover. The cover includes a back panel having a segment underlying all the end tabs and a front panel hingedly connected to the back panel adjacent to the free ends of the main bodies so that the front panel may be swung between an open position wherein it exposes the main body of the uppermost card in the stack and a closed position wherein it covers that main body. Securements secure together all the end tabs of the stack and the segment of the lower panel. An end cap covers the end tabs and provides a knife edge to facilitate tearing the main bodies from their tabs along their respective tear lines.
Abstract: A method of producing a simulated watermark in which intense, focused heat is momentarily applied, in the desired watermark pattern, onto a thin solid matrix of waxy material placed in contact with a sheet of uncoated paper. This results in impression of a durable translucent mark. The wax penetrates the paper without the need wither for chemical action or the application of significant direct pressure, and creates regions of translucence in the paper fibers.