100 Archival Sleeves To Protect Cdv Size Photos


100 Archival Sleeves To Protect Cdv  Size Photos

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100 Archival Sleeves To Protect Cdv Size Photos:
$9


Preserve and protect your valuable photo collection with our acid-free, archival-quality polypropylene sleeves! These crystal-clear sleeves are 2.5 mil thick, sealed on one side and open on the two short ends for enough circulation to prevent minute trapping of moisture. Used by professional photo dealers. There are 100 2.75 x 4.35 sleeves for carte-de-visite photographs. Also available in sizes to fit all the popular photo formats including snapshots, tintypes, 4 x 5, 4 x 6, postcard, stereoview, cabinet, #10 envelope (or RR timetable), 5 x 7, 8 x 10, 8.5 x 11, 11 x 14, and boudoir sizes.The U S. Post Office has significantly raised rates on shipments outside the U.S., so I have raised my international shipping to reflect this. A flat rate priority envelope at $23.95, however, will accommodate 4 or five packages of most 100 sleeve packs, so it is better to order in quantity. Adjustments will always be made in the invoice for combined orders.

100 Archival Sleeves To Protect Cdv Size Photos:
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