Cheshire labels

Specially prepared paper used to print names and addresses and that can be mechanically fixed singly to mailing pieces.

A strip of plain paper on which the addressee’s name and address are imprinted by computer. Usually printed four across a sheet. Named after the machine that addresses, cuts, and glues the labels onto envelopes or response devices.

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