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JOB Rolling Papers

In 1838, French craftsman Jean Bardou produced a booklet of rolling papers made of thin, pure rice paper. Bardou's trademark was his initials "JB" separated by a diamond. The diamond was often mistaken for a capital O by smokers, who referred to the papers as JOB, thus the brand-name was born. In 1849 "Papier JOB" was official. Fast-forward to today and JOBs papers, while classic, are a fairly commercial rolling paper ¯\_(ツ)_/¯