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Dimensions of Traditional French Paper Sizes | Cloche, Pot, écolier, Tellière etc.

Dimensions of French Paper Sizes | Cloche, Pot, écolier, Tellière etc. Paper size

 

Traditional French Paper Sizes

 

規格短辺×長辺
(mm)
短辺×長辺
(インチ:in)
Cloche11.8 × 15.7 in300 × 400 mm
Pot, écolier12.2 × 15.7 in310 × 400 mm
Tellière13.4 × 17.3 in340 × 440 mm
Couronne écriture14.2 × 14.2 in360 × 360 mm
Couronne édition14.6 × 18.5 in370 × 470 mm
Roberto15.4 × 19.7 in390 × 500 mm
Écu15.7 × 20.5 in400 × 520 mm
Coquille17.3 × 22 in440 × 560 mm
Carré17.7 × 22 in450 × 560 mm
Cavalier18.1 × 24.4 in460 × 620 mm
Demi-raisin12.8 × 19.7 in325 × 500 mm
Raisin19.7 × 25.6 in500 × 650 mm
Double Raisin25.6 × 39.4 in650 × 1000 mm
Jésus22 × 29.9 in560 × 760 mm
Soleil23.6 × 31.5 in600 × 800 mm
Colombier affiche23.6 × 31.5 in600 × 800 mm
Colombier commercial24.8 × 35.4 in630 × 900 mm
Petit Aigle27.6 × 37 in700 × 940 mm
Grand Aigle29.5 × 41.3 in750 × 1050 mm
Grand Monde35.4 × 49.6 in900 × 1260 mm
Univers39.4 × 44.5 in1000 × 1130 mm

 

 

Before the adoption of the ISO standard system in 1967, France had its own paper size system. Some of these formats are still used today, and they are standardized by the AFNOR.[30] Their names come from the watermarks that the papers were branded with when they were handcrafted, which is still the case for certain art papers. They also generally exist in double versions where the smallest measure is multiplied by two, or in quadruple versions where both measures have been doubled.

 

 

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