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US Patentfor a windowed envelope Modern envelope with a single window for the recipient address A windowed envelope is a conventional envelope with a plastic typically film or BOPS Bi-oriented polystyrene films  window to allow the recipient's address to be printed on the paper contained within.
History[ edit ] Americus F. Callahan of Chicago, Illinois, in the United States, received the first patent for a windowed envelope on 10 June Originally called the "outlook envelop", the patent initially anticipated using thin rice paper as the transparent material forming the window, though this material has since been replaced by clear plastics.
The design has otherwise remained nearly unchanged. The United States patent number for Callahan's design isThis arguably amounts to a savings in materials, particularly through the reduction in ink usage; but on the other hand the window has to be cut out and sometimes replaced by an additional material called a patch originally glassine but now plastic.
This makes the envelope more expensive. There is also the argument that the paper of the envelope can be substituted with lesser-quality paper as the envelope no longer must be written upon;  this perhaps was more relevant at the time of Callahan's invention but is a somewhat specious claim today.
Over time the quality of paper generally has improved. Satisfactorily-strong envelopes for business and general-purpose domestic correspondence can be, and are, in fact made out of paper of various qualities. In Britain by the s, during World War 2, envelopes were made out of newspaper because of the paper shortage.
Callahan specifically recommended the use of Manila paperwhich is considerably cheaper than thicker writing paper and also provides an opaque background for secure covering of the letter within. Callahan also recommends the use of black paper, which would likewise provide an opaque background whilst simultaneously increasing the contrast with the white address blocks.
At the time, large business offices—particularly within the telegram industry—employed corps of envelope addressers who wrote the addresses upon envelopes. In addition to the labor costs, this method was prone to mismatches, where the address on the letter header within would not be the same as the address upon the envelope.
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A windowed envelope is a conventional envelope with a plastic (typically film or BOPS Bi-oriented polystyrene films) window to allow the recipient's address to be printed on the paper contained within.. History. Americus F. Callahan of Chicago, Illinois, in the United States, received the first patent for a windowed envelope on 10 June Originally .
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