Paper manufactured without visible wire marks, usually a fine textured paper.
The most common paper surfaces used. A fairly smooth finish with no distinct pattern.
Paper A uniform paper which, when held to the light, shows no light or dark figures.
Paper without inherent lines (as distinct from laid).
A smooth paper with a gentle patterned finish.
A smooth paper made on finely textured wire that gives the paper a gentle patterned finish.
a finely textured paper without visible wire marks.
Term describing a specific surface finish smoother than vellum and antique. It also refers to the standard type of wire mark on a sheet.
A finely textured paper with a cloth-like appearance and no visible wire marks, unlike laid paper.
Paper manufactured without visible wire marks, usually a uniform unlined surface and a soft, smooth finish.
a loose description nowadays for uncoated bulky book papers, as in antique wove, book wove etc.
Paper without a pattern of wires, normally visible when held to the light.