Used for printing finely detailed illustrations and has a smooth, often glossy coating. Referred to as coated paper in the United States.
Usually refers to coated paper for printing halftones.
A paper evenly coated with a fine clay compound to produce a smooth, hard surface on one or both sides. Often used for printing halftones.
a high-quality paper (usually having a filler of china clay)
Usually of a high gloss coated with clay.
Coated paper with a gloss finish.
This is a general term for higher quality woodfree coated papers which have a highly polished surface. Today the term is less used because of the introduction of more categories in the sector. However ‘real art' is still used for those woodfree coated papers considered to be of the highest quality.
Which has received a coating of china clay and size resulting in a very smooth surface, suitable for the reproduction of high quality halftone illustrations. Obtainable in a gloss, matt or dull finish.
It is a woodfree coated paper.
A variety of fine drawing papers made with close weave, for the same uses as art board.
Smooth surfaced paper with a coating of china clay.
A common term used to describe a range of smooth papers with a filled surface.
Coated, normally woodfree, paper suitable for 4-colour printing
a smooth coated paper obtained by adding a coating of china clay compound on one or both sides of the paper.
paper that has received a coating of China clay and size. It has a very smooth surface that may be matt, but is usually shiny. Also called coated stock in some countries. esp. North America.
A generic term to describe coated woodfree printing and writing paper, and generally applied to grades at the top end of the quality spectrum.
Paper which has received a special coating to give it a smooth gloss finish. It's meaning is often confused but it is more easily termed as a gloss coated paper.
A paper evenly coated with a fine clay compound, which creates a hard smooth surface on one or both sides.
Paper with a smooth surface which has been coated with a film of china clay on one or both sides. As used in ‘glossy' magazines