Arch Crown’s new 48-page catalog of product tags and labels
Hillside, N.J.--Tag and label manufacturer Arch Crown has released a new catalog of products available to the jewelry industry.

The 48-page catalog is free to receive and features more than 100 style stock, pre-printed and custom printed tags and labels, as well as a full line of bar code technology products.

It contains, for example, poly-lam thermal transfer computer string and barbell style tags, which Arch Crown said are stronger than polyester and provide a better print quality. The company is now offering new clear-tail tags with adhesive-free loops in gold, silver and white.

Arch Crown also offers bar code packages, including everything needed to print and scan bar code tags using a store’s own computer. The DataTagger and BarTender label design software for Windows allows for thermal transfer printing to businesses that don’t have bar code printing capability.

Another product in the new catalog is custom tamper-resistant, secure-lock ‘Not Returnable If Removed’ molded tags designed for internet sales. Once the tag is closed, it can’t be reopened unless the cord is cut, minimizing unauthorized returns.

Molded tags are available from Arch Crowns in a variety of custom and pre-printed styles.

For samples, or to get a new catalog, contact the company at 800-526-8353 or at

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