Order your own custom, engraved calling cards from Nancy Sharon Collins, Stationer.
Originally used in the Victorian era during calling hours, when women of means made social calls during prescribed periods in the day in which hostesses, also of means, received. Back in the day, this was the currency of social media. Take 20 minutes and watch Mrs. Collins’s wildly popular 2014 presentation about the etiquette of calling cards a century ago.
Granted…we use calling cards in a different fashion now. Today, these diminutive cards are best engraved and sport but our name! Whatever contact information you wish to provide for that next person you meet is up to you: Hand write—with your favorite fountain pen of course—either your personal cell phone number for those from whom you want to hear, your business email, or, a number you make up if that person is of no interest.
- 150 engraved cards would be $575.00 plus $17.50 postage via USPS Priority.
- Navy ink on 120# cover stock, soft white.
- This includes digital proof, etched copper plate, press run, and cover stock.
- Contact Mrs. Collins directly to order.