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Willoughby Cove Pocket Folder with Logo

Willoughby Cove Pocket Folder with Logo (Front View)


Pocket Folders with Logo by Willoughby Cove (Front Open View)


Willoughby Cove 2-Pocket Folder (Inside View)


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About Design

Willoughby Cove is a luxurious living community located in Stuart, Florida. In keeping with the elegance of the brand, this small pocket folder has a simple design which effectively communicates the idea of wealth and affluence.

 

The silver logo features the name of the community printed in metallic foil. This provides a slight textural component, as well as a reflective, shininess that is associated with living the high life.

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Print Specifications

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7" x 10" 2 Pocket Presentation Folder

Size Closed: 7" x 10"
Size Open: 14" x 10"
Print Method (Side 1): 1 Foil Area

Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: 100lb Deep Black Linen
Coatings: None
Slits: H1 Both Pockets


Additional Information:

Metallic Silver Foil


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