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Rest Haven Cemetery Document Presentation Folder

Rest Haven Cemetery Document Presentation Folder (Front View)


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About Design

Rest Haven Cemetery provides compassionate and professional memorial services for the loved ones of the recently departed in Hagerstown, Maryland. Due to the sensitive and emotional nature of funeral services, this document folder design is kept simple and conservative out of respect to the bereaved.

 

The front cover features a fancy, old-fashioned style of script which creates a feeling of dignity and timelessness. The blank form on the front provides an area for customization so that each piece of collateral can be properly labeled.

© Design Copyright: Attribution, Non-Commercial and No Derivatives

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Print Specifications

4 1/2 x 10 1/4 Legal Document Folder
4 1/2 x 10 1/4 Legal Document Folder

Size Closed: 4 1/2 x 10 1/4
Size Open: 9 x 10 1/4
Print Method (Side 1): Standard Green Ink

Print Method (Side 2): None
Stock: 80lb Cream Smooth
Coatings: None
Slits: None



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