No cartridge box is complete without being filled with rolled cartridges. Yet, bright white, unprinted cartridges do not give a favorable impression to the public. Although not used on a common basis, it has been found where waste paper from printers were used. Even the British confiscated pages from unbound Bibles from the Saur's press of Pennsylvania to make their cartridges.
Each packet of cartridge paper contains 50 precut loose sheets of a printed laid paper that has a natural white (lighter than ivory).
All packets will contain widely varying printed images.