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About Us

Everywhere we look we are surrounded by things made from paper, from a tiny till receipt or bus ticket, to a beautiful watercolour painting hanging in an art gallery, from a bank note to a graduation certificate. Whichever way we look at it paper is part of our lives and indeed paper is part of our history.

Every piece of paper has personality and the paper we choose is a statement of our own personality and taste. We at Paper2go believe that in whatever form it takes 'paper is part of the picture'.

Paper2go is the retail division of Europe's leading paper specialist, G F Smith & Son. G F Smith have been established in the UK for over one hundred years and their passion for exclusive papers has created many new trends.

G F Smith's unique papers are known to probably every professional paper specifier in the UK, but now for the first time they are being offered to the general public.

Paper2go offers the products in this catalogue on a mail order basis, you can order online from the website, or you can even visit our shop situated at G F Smith's head office in Hull, where you can buy all the papers listed here together with a selection of craft and card making accessories and factory surplus papers at clearance prices.

The products in this catalogue are unique in having the reliability and backing of a company like G F Smith.

All the papers are produced from sustainable softwood forests with a commitment to ensuring that they conform to the highest environmental guidelines.

Paper2go - for people passionate about paper.

read the latest catalogue download now" I received my parcel from you today and am really pleased with it. The quality of the paper and vellum is excellent"
- Elaine, Essex

" I am impressed by the quality " - Ashleigh

“fantastic products and fantastic service, can't fault it at all and I certainly will be recommending you to all, many many thanks” - Kerry, Gloucester
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