Braille is a system that enables blind and visually impaired people to read and write through touch. It was devised by Louis Braille in 1821 and consists of raised dots arranged in "cells." A cell is made up of six dots that fit under the fingertips, arranged in two columns of three dots each. Each cell represents a letter, a word, a combination of letters, a numeral or a punctuation mark.
Please note that the dots used in the label are actually clear and not red as shown in this sample.
For best results simply stick each label on a flat surface that is clean and dry.
Each sheet of labels measures 95mm W x 110mm H, and this sheet includes ten labels. The large labels on the sheet are 95mm W x 18mm H, and the small labels measure 19mm W x 18mm H.
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