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American Sign Language: "stationery" (letter writing paper)


Realistically, you would just sign "PAPER" to mean stationery.
Or "FANCY PAPER"
You could sign, "I need buy fancy paper for writing letters."


STATIONERY  (LETTER PAPER)



NOTE: When you do a compound sign, the movement of the signs become simplified. Thus "paper" which normally has two movements, is done with only one movement when you use it as part of a compound sign.

 


NOTE: If you are looking for the sign that means "stationary" as in "not moving" I recommend you use the STAY sign.  See: STAY


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