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IBM Foil Stamped Presentation Folder

IBM Foil Stamped Presentation Folder (Front View)


Foil Stamped Presentation Folders for IBM (Front Open View)


IBM Foil Stamped 2-Pocket Folder (Inside Right View)


IBM's Foil Stamped Folder (Inside View)


About Design

This golden logo folder for a behavioral medicine clinic uses metallic foil stamping to make the logo and company name really stand out against the dark blue linen stock.

 

The “staff and serpent” is a well-known symbol of health and medicine, making it very fitting for IBM’s logo. Meanwhile, the blue stock helps to emphasize a sense of security, safety and professionalism.

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Print Specifications

Original 2 Pocket Presentation Folder
Original 2 Pocket Presentation Folder

Size Closed: 9" x 12"
Size Open: 18" x 12"
Print Method (Side 1): 1 Foil Area

Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: Dark Blue 100 lb. Linen
Coatings: None
Slits: C1 Right Pocket


Additional Information:

Metallic Brass Foil


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