self-mailer

[self-mey-ler]
noun
an advertisement, booklet, or the like, that has space for a name, address, and postage and can be mailed without a wrapper or envelope.

Origin:
1940–45

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Self-mailer: a direct-mail piece in which no envelope or wrapper is required
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