After being so disappointed in the (literally) overnight disappearance of Mrs. John L. Strong, I was delighted to hear from Jonathan Arnold, the General Manager of Dempsey and Carroll stationers. Jonathan wrote to let me know that D&C is starting a special program to duplicate your personal Mrs. John L. Strong stationary. And, for a limited time, they're offering it at a significantly reduced cost. Send them your existing engraving plates, or a sample of your stationary, and D&C will work to duplicate your typestyle, ink color, stock thickness, etc. If you don't live in NY to drop by in person, mail your plates or samples to 1049 Lexington Avenue, NYC 10021. So Happy Monday - your favorite stationary may not be gone for good!
Dempsey and Carroll
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Great-I knew someone would come to the rescue-thanks!
These are stunning - I think the first example is my favorite, as I love the metallic touch. It's all in the little, fine details...
Fantastic! Ever since reading the Post (?I think it was the NY Post?) article on fine stationery, I'm thinking I need to upgrade mine. Keep some of the cutesy more-reasonably priced personalized one but have a few "upgraded" ones like the examples you've shown here.
Beth - I know. I was so glad to hear this. They're a quality company. Still, it's such a loss!
Sarah - the watch was my favorite too.
SA - I got personalized stationary (monogram, address, etc.) a few years ago, and I LOVE it - and guess what? I write so many more notes now! :)
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