The articles usually sold by stationers, as paper, pens, ink, quills, blank books, etc.
Stock of office consumerables, eg. paper, envelopes, pens.
Items such as pens, rulers etc.
A system of paper materials that includes items such as business cards, letterhead and envelopes.
Usually refers to a set of matching letterhead, envelopes, and other business papers.
paper cut to an appropriate size for writing letters; usually with matching envelopes
Sometimes used only for items made from paper, such as letterheads, envelopes, and business cards.
Letterhead, envelopes, cards, and other printed materials for business correspondence.
Stationery, a shortening, recorded since 1727, of stationery wares (circa 1680), itself derived from stationer "seller of books and paper", 1311, from Medieval Latin stationarius "stationary seller", from Latin statio "station, stand", is a general name given to paper and office supplies such as envelopes, notepads, pens, pencils, erasers, paper clips, staples et alia. The term "stationery" is frequently used to refer more specifically to paper used for written correspondence, usually decorated or personalized with matching envelopes.