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    standard business card width and height

    I just measured a business card that seems standard and came up with the following height and width:

    2 1/8" high

    3 11/28" wide

    Would you say that this is the standard?
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    2" x 3.5" is pretty much standard. If you're gutsy or going for a "designy" card you can deviate from that and make all sorts of cool shapes. Getting cards die-cut isn't that hard but I imagine it costs a bit extra.
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    2' by 3,5' is standard.

    Like sk8rog said, you can explore the size for your design.

    Mine has a die-cut, but I kept the classic size for the global size. Why? I wanted to be sure that my card could go in classic card holders and cardex rolls.

    But it depends on who is going to take the card, you know what I mean?

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    got it. i was just in montreal. cold as hell, but lovely.

    property prices beat new york's.

    thks.
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    Oh really? What for??

    Actually, it's kinda not so cold these days... a -12 celcius is quite hot for winter... Depending on the wind! Try coming at a -35 (-50 with wind).. now THAT's cold.. hehe

    It's weird because the market for properties are really costly these days (my father is in real estate)... Anyways

    See ya

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    Originally posted by seapod00
    property prices beat new york's.

    thks.
    No one said new york was cheep
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    really? compared to NY, things are cheap up there. I was thinking of buying.

    if i do decide to buy, i'll find you (and your dad.)
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    a fix-er-upper for a million in brooklyn. that's Xpensive.
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    Woah, that IS expensive:S

    Yeah, find my dad ehhe : www.royallepagevillagengc.com

    I did the site, you like it? Sorry it's just in french!

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    cool. thanks! the site looks nice and clean: appropriate for a real estate broker. great job.
    seapod00

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    thanx nice comments

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    Originally posted by seapod00
    really? compared to NY, things are cheap up there. I was thinking of buying.
    That's exactly what I said. NY is one of the most expensive places to live, specifically manhattan. But there ain't nothin like it in the world
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