Epson Legacy Fibre Paper (13 x 19", 25 Sheets)

BH #EPLEFR1319 • MFR #S450086
Epson Legacy Fibre Paper (13 x 19", 25 Sheets)
Key Features
  • 100% Cotton Fiber Base
  • Basis Weight: 314 gsm
  • Thickness: 19 mil
  • Brightness: 93%
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A smooth matte finish and phenomenal black density, as well as a whiteness of 98%, make Epson's Legacy Fibre Paper ideal for some of the most demanding fine art applications. Available here in a 25-pack of 13 x 19" sheets, Legacy Fibre uses a 100% cotton fiber base with a hefty thickness of 19 mil and a basis weight of 314 gsm. It also manages to achieve a high brightness of 93% without using any optical brightening agents. Leveraging Epson's microporous ink receptive layer, this paper will deliver images with a wide color gamut and smooth gradations. Additionally, for longevity it is both acid & lignin free and pH buffered.
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Epson Legacy Fibre Overview

A smooth matte finish and phenomenal black density, as well as a whiteness of 98%, make Epson's Legacy Fibre Paper ideal for some of the most demanding fine art applications. Available here in a 25-pack of 13 x 19" sheets, Legacy Fibre uses a 100% cotton fiber base with a hefty thickness of 19 mil and a basis weight of 314 gsm. It also manages to achieve a high brightness of 93% without using any optical brightening agents. Leveraging Epson's microporous ink receptive layer, this paper will deliver images with a wide color gamut and smooth gradations. Additionally, for longevity it is both acid & lignin free and pH buffered.

UPC: 010343921368

Epson Legacy Fibre Specs

MaterialCotton Rag
Basis Weight314 gsm
Thickness19 mil / 0.48 mm
Brightness93%
Whiteness98%
Single/Double-SidedSingle
OBA ContentNo
Surface FinishMatte
Quantity25 Sheets
Sheet Size (W x L)13 x 19" / 33.02 x 48.26 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22.8 x 16.8 x 1.2"
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