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4 x 6 Archive Envelopes
4 x 6 Archive Envelopes allow you to record and document information about the photographs in your collection. The printed area provides a great reference point to easily identify the photos by date, subject and/or location. This information can also be used to cross reference storage locations such as digital files or cloud storage information for access in the future.
Each 4 x 6 Archive Envelope will hold up to 36 prints. 35 mm negatives, those in strips of four frames can be stored in the separate pocket of each archival quality envelope.
The cream colored envelopes are constructed of ArchivalGrade 80 lb. text paper, are acid and lignin-free, have passed the P.A.T test (ISO 18916) and contain no buffering. The exterior dimensions of the 4 x 6 Archive Envelopes are 4-5/8” x 7-1/4”.
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