Watermark is characterized as a design or lettering that can be seen when the paper is held up to the light that may indicate its name, date, or identity.

It is usually produced by carefully forming the wires of the laid or wove screen to vary the fiber density during the papermaking process. Photographic techniques have also been used to produce watermarks.

Ref: 122764/2006-10-02




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