Paper Collars. A collar for men, made of paper, cut to fit the neck, and covered with thin muslin, by pasting. Since the introduction of celluloid the paper collar has rapidly declined in popularity, At present the annual product amounts to 1,500,000 per year. Twenty years ago paper collars were universally worn, their very cheapness inducing extravagance in their use, and the industry was a large and flourishing one. Fortunes were made by many manufacturers, but there is not one made now to where in 1875 there were a hundred. Paper cuffs have likewise fallen a prey to man's indifference.