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Glossary of Paper Terms for Fountain Pen Users

(This page published September 1, 2004)

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T

tooth This is the slightly rough texture on the surface of paper that provides a degree of friction. It is desirable when one is working with charcoal or pastel. Fountain pen users are recommended to avoid papers with tooth.

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