"More than 200 years ago (1770), Stephen Crane opened The Liberty Paper Mill in Milton, MA . From patriotic newspapers to Colonial Currency, Stephen’s 100 percent cotton paper was material of choice for all the Boston activist elite, including Paul Revere, whose engraved banknotes on Crane paper helped finance the Revolution. In the mid-1800s the envelope and postage stamp became Europe’s fashionable way to correspond. The luxurious new delivery method led to the beginning a passionate across-the-pond love affair with Crane & Co.’s social stationery papers. Years later Queen Elizabeth announced the celebration of her 100th birthday on Crane & Co. paper. Crane & Company has also manufactured the US currency and security papers for more than two centuries." - Crane & Co.
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