Engraved, Thermographed, Lithographed and Digital Business Cards
Call to order business cards 800 221-2972 x1692
Since the Renaissance, logos have been used to mark products with the identity of their creator. Over the centuries their use grew, and today they have become almost indispensable for the creation of a professional image.
Option A Medium Plate 80# White or Natural Clasic Linen 80# White or Natural, Parchtone Blue 65#
|With Second Color||200.00||241.80||326.50|
|With Second Color||
|With Second Color||–||78.80||88.80|
|Full Color Digital||43.30||68.35||85.50|
Option B Heavy Plate 100# White and Natural Super Heavy Plate 130# White and Natural
|With Second Color||205.90||247.70||348.90|
|With Second Color||–||89.00||102.00|
|With Second Color||–||91.80||107.20|
|Full Color Digital||46.70||72.90||92.30|
These are some of the PMS colors available. We have many more.
Call 800 221-2972 x1692 to see if we have your colors, if not, we will quote the extra charge.
*For color other then Black add $27.00
** For color other then Black add $23.00
For two sided printing and foil stamping call for pricing 800 221-2972 x1692. Or use our business card printing information form.
Engraving (Intaglio Printing) A long-standing tradition of the legal profession, unquestionably makes the most prestigious impression. Its tactile finish and saturated color distinguish it aesthetically and practically from common printing processes and discourage fraudulent use of your letterhead. Secure—it can’t be reproduced on laser printers.
Thermography A raised printing process with a three dimensional look and feel, can’t be reproduced with office printers and is economical.
Lithography Flat/offset printing, can be graphically effective, particularly if used with a second color or process.
Digital Tremendously versatile, full color, quick delivery and economical.
Multiple Colors and Processes Combining printing processes, such as engraving and lithography, adding color(s), foil stamping and/or blind embossing makes your firm stand out. Color press proofs available on request. Request quote.
The history of letter writing began when Egyptians started using papyrus over 30,000 years ago. For thousands of years, letter writing was restricted to governments, merchants, and wealthy individuals. By the 1800’s, letter writing finally became accessible to the masses with the spread of public education, availability of affordable wood-based paper, and drastic reductions in postage rates.