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C Envelope Paper Sizes

Further Information

The dimensions of the C series sizes are defined by the ISO 269 paper size standard. The C series is most commonly used for envelopes. The area of C series paper is the geometric mean of the areas of the A and B series paper of the same number. For example, C4 has a bigger area than A4, but smaller area than B4. Therefore an A4 piece of paper will fit into a C4 envelope. The aspect ratio of C series envelopes is 1:√2, and this means that an A4 sheet of paper when folded in half, parallel to its smaller sides, will fit nicely into a C5 envelope. When it is folded twice, it will fit into a C6 envelope, and so on.

Format Width × Height (mm) Width × Height (in)
C0 917 × 1297 mm 36.102 × 51.063 in
C1 648 × 917 mm 25.512 × 36.102 in
C2 458 × 648 mm 18.031 × 25.512 in
C3 324 × 458 mm 12.756 × 18.031 in
C4 229 × 324 mm 9.016 × 12.756 in
C5 162 × 229 mm 6.378 × 9.016 in
C6 114 × 162 mm 4.488 × 6.378 in
C7 81 × 114 mm 3.189 × 4.488 in
C8 57 × 81 mm 2.244 × 3.189 in
C9 40 × 57 mm 1.575 × 2.244 in
C10 28 × 40 mm 1.102 × 1.575 in
C11 22 × 32 mm 0.866 × 1.26 in
C12 16 × 22 mm 0.63 × 0.866 in
C Paper Sizes C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6