20-Stick Foil Cover Matches
Here's the quality matches that have that expensive look and create the upper class feeling with out the high cost. The matchbook has no equal in its low cost per view. Customers love to collect match books as souvenirs making matches an irrestible promotional advertising tool. Match books make for a great marketing tool for restaurants, bars, clubs political candidates and many other businesses. The match book has no equal in its low advertising cost per use.
Matches are packed in cases of 2500 matchbooks. Minimum order is one case, or 2500 books.
|Black on Silver or Gold Foil||$130.20 per Case||$124.86 per Case||$118.74 per Case||$113.42 per Case||$109.34 per Case|
|Silver or Gold Foil on Black
|$144.79 per Case||$138.45 per Case||$133.33 per Case||$127.02 per Case||$122.93 per Case|
An additional $35 non-refundable artwork layout charge must be paid before work can begin.
Personalized Custom Matches Printed On Classy Silver or Gold FoilBlack on Silver or Gold Foil Match Books. The help you create a high class image.
MatchesA match is a consumable tool for lighting a fire in controlled circumstances on demand. Matches are readily available, being sold by tobacconists and many other kinds of shops. Matches are rarely sold singly; they are sold in multiples, packaged in match boxes or matchbooks. A match is typically a wooden stick (usually sold in match boxes) or stiff paper stick (usually sold in matchbooks) coated at one end (the match head) with a material often containing the element phosphorus, which will ignite from the heat of friction if rubbed ("struck") against a suitable surface. They are an irrestible promotional advertising tool. Match books make for a great marketing tool for restaurants, bars, clubs political candidates and many other businesses. The match book has no equal in its low advertising cost per use Gelatin is used as a binder in match heads of match books. Matchbooks , Book Matches
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If there occurs an emergency at night it may take some time to make a light to light a lamp. But an ingenious man devised the system of impregnating little sticks of pinewood with sulphur and storing them ready for use. At the slightest touch of fire they burst into flame. One gets a little flame like an ear of corn. This marvelous thing was formerly called a "light-bringing slave", but afterwards when it became an article of commerce its name was changed to 'fire inch-stick'.
Matches also appeared in Europe by about 1530, yet the first modern, self-igniting match was invented in 1805 by K. Chancel, assistant to Professor Louis Jacques of Paris. The head of the match consisted of a mixture of potassium chlorate, sulfur, sugar, and rubber. They were ignited by dipping the tip of the match in a small asbestos bottle filled with sulfuric acid. This kind of match was quite expensive and its usage was dangerous, so Chancel's matches never gained much popularity.