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Paper sheets with pressure sensitive adhesive forming an easel pad










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #5299833.

Discrete overlying sheets form a pad or chart with the sheets secured one to another along an upper margin. Strips of repositional adhesive are coated along the back side of each sheet adjacent the upper margin between weak and strong lines of perforations. The top sheet may be removed from the pad or chart by tearing along the weak line of perforations and adhered to a support surface using the repositional adhesive. The sheet may subsequently be removed from the support surface by tearing along the strong line of perforations. The ends of the lines of adhesive may be formed in various patterns to provide additional coated areas or additional uncoated areas.








 
 
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