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Dimensions of Business Card Paper Sizes | ISO 216, US, Canada, European, Japan etc.

Dimensions of Business Card Paper Sizes | ISO 216, US, Canada, European, Japan etc. Paper size
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FormatWidth × Height (in)Width × Height (mm)
ISO 216, A8 sized74 × 522.913 × 2.047
ISO 216, C8 sized81 × 573.189 × 2.244
Ireland, Italy, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Austria,
Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland,
Belgium, Slovenia, Portugal, Turkey, Nepal
85 × 553.346 × 2.165
ISO/IEC 7810 ID-1, credit card sized, Australia85.60 × 53.983.370 × 2.125
Australia, Denmark, New Zealand, Norway, Taiwan,
Sweden, Vietnam, India, Colombia
90 × 553.54 × 2.165
Japan91 × 553.582 × 2.165
Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Malaysia90 × 543.543 × 2.125
Canada, United States88.9 × 50.83.5 × 2
Iran85 × 483.346 × 1.889
Sri Lanka, Argentina, India,
Brazil, Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Croatia, Estonia, Finland,
Hungary, Israel, Kazakhstan,
Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia,
Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia,
Ukraine, Uzbekistan,
Bulgaria, Latvia, Mexico,
South Korea and South Africa
90 × 503.543 × 1.968
ISO 216, B8 sized88 × 623.465 × 2.441

 

 

Aspect ratios range from 1.42 to 1.8. There is no standard for the business card dimensions. Sharing dimensions with other cards makes storage easier, for example banking cards (85.60 × 53.98 mm) and business cards in Western Europe (85 × 55 mm) have almost the same size.

 

 

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