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A1 Tracing Paper

£0.96

Gateway Tracing Paper provides the perfect surface for tracing designs and images, and provides an ideal support for pencil and pen & ink.

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The minimum purchase order quantity for the product is 10.

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A1 Tracing Paper from Gateway:

  • Bought in 10 sheets  

  • 2 weights

  • Size: A1

Tracing Paper

Tracing paper allows precise, exact, and detailed illustration with easy erasing and minimal hassle. It’s ideal for whatever medium you require, from pencil to fineliner and illustration ink. Due to this, this versatile instrument is a must-have for any illustrator, architect, or planners of all kinds.

Why choose Gateway Tracing Paper?

Available in 63gsm and 90gsm thicknesses, Gateway Tracing Paper is made from 100 % pure cellulose fibre, without the use of transparentising chemicals. Recyclable and biodegradable, this A1 tracing paper is manufactured from Elemental Chlorine Free and Total Chlorine Free wood-pulp, obtained from certified FSC controlled wood.

Who are Gateway?

Part of the Arjowiggins Paper Group, Gateway tracing paper is manufactured in the South East of England, at Chartham Mill, Kent. The mill first began producing paper in 1738, introducing Gateway tracing paper some 200 years later.

Increasing international trade saw Arjowiggins acquire a new tracing paper mill in 2007, located in China. The two mills have cooperated closely since, and today Quzhou Mill offers the same excellent quality paper as that produced at Chartham Mill.

Reviews (8)

05/03/2022
5/5
Exactly as described
30/12/2021
4/5
A1 tracing paper as expected
21/03/2021
5/5
The site was easy to use and the product was good. The customer service from Chris was excellent. Thanks
26/02/2021
5/5
Thoughtfully packed by C&W. Good price.
25/06/2017
5/5
good quality tracing paper
09/06/2017
5/5
Great product
01/06/2017
5/5
Good quality paper for drafting.
12/04/2017
5/5
Product was as expected - what can you say about tracing paper?