Over the years one comes across a product that seems to have many identifiers and can cause much confusion when trying to buy or discuss a purchasing need. Catalog and Booklet envelopes seem to fall within this class of confusing terms. Open end, open side, catalog, booklet, large...

A1 Envelopes which are technically listed among Baronial Envelopes and properly named a 4-BAR Envelope. A1 is a common name but not technical. 4BAR is the industry name and we use A1 along side as to correspond to other A-SIZE envelopes offered on our site. The dimensions of...

Hold Order is displayed as a shipping option when you proceed to checkout. Why would I select this option? Answers: When local Customers choose to pick up their order from our warehouse. See more about Local Order Pickup When Customers choose to use their own shipping label...

Answer: YES, but you must send us the prepared shipping label.  We cannot use your account to prepare the label at our location. What we need: Process your order online and select "hold order" as your shipping method - You will receive order # and email confirmation...

Answer: YES, but you must first submit your order online and the warehouse will call when it is pulled and ready for pick up.  Here is the basic process.. Check stock - check with the warehouse to confirm the stock is on our floor, some items...

 Answer: Click "Add item to cart" and record your zip/postal code & Country, then shipping rates are generated. This will update each time items are added or removed from the cart....

Answer: 3-1/2-x-5 (inches) is the smallest legal mailing size for an envelope in the US. The smallest "mailable" size offered on our site is 4-bar Envelopes / A-1 Envelopes. If you are browsing through our mini envelopes, please note they are not intended for mailing. To find more info...

Depending on the true intent of this question, your answer may vary. it's all about the color green....