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All German Sizes

Further Information

Published on 18 August 1922, the German standard DIN 476 is the original specification of the A, B and C paper sizes. In 1991, it was split into DIN 476-1 for the A and B formats and 476-2 for the C series. The former has been withdrawn in 2002 in favor of adopting the international standard as DIN EN ISO 216, but part 2 has been retained and was last updated in 2008. The first and the second editions of DIN 476 from 1922 and 1925 also included a D series.

Format Width × Height (mm) Width × Height (in)
DIN D0 771 × 1090 mm 30.4 × 42.9 in
DIN D1 545 × 771 mm 21.5 × 30.4 in
DIN D2 385 × 545 mm 15.2 × 21.5 in
DIN D3 272 × 385 mm 10.7 × 15.2 in
DIN D4 192 × 272 mm 7.6 × 10.7 in
DIN D5 136 × 192 mm 5.4 × 7.6 in
DIN D6 96 × 136 mm 3.8 × 5.4 in
DIN D7 68 × 96 mm 2.7 × 3.8 in
DIN D8 48 × 68 mm 1.9 × 2.7 in