A term to describe a particular, rough finish of uncoated paper. An eggshell finish is a surface texture, which is similar to that of an eggshell. See also COATED PAPER FINISH UNCOATED
A relatively rough finish given to uncoated paper; resembles the surface texture of an eggshell. to top
A relatively rough finish. Usually refers to book grades of paper that have a finish similar to the surface of an egg. A special felt is used to mark the surface before the paper is dried.
A finish with a gloss higher than flat and considerably less than semi-gloss.
The finish of paper surface that resembles an eggshell achieved by omitting the calendar process. Reference, calendar rolls.
Finish simulating the surface of an egg - smoother than antique, rougher than machine finish.
Generally refers to a book grade of paper that has a fairly rough finish that resembles the surface of an egg.
An indefinite term used to describe a finish with little or no lustre. It also refers to an off-white colour.
A rough textured paper.
The degree of gloss between a flat and gloss finish.