These Indo wrapper leaves are large. Compare this stack to the size of my tabla. Thin and delicate, too. They come already spread out flat, instead of crunkled up. They would have been used at the factory for wrapper, except for the smirchy color that they came from Indonesia with. That's why FX Smith sold me these cheap. I'm using them for binders. Because they are so delicate, I de-stem them, then fold each half leaf lengthwise three times, so that the veins criss-cross for strength. They must have been sticky with resin when they were bundled in hands, cause each leaf is glued to the next. Lotsa care goes into peeling them apart. No notion which island they grew on.
Large flat leaves are a treat to work with.
Let's see some leaf pics.