Product Description & Reviews
A storage case design that's been around for some 250 years must have something going for it. The Solander style museum case is Archival Methods finest case for storage and protection of your most valuable matted prints, photographs, maps and drawings. The case is so solid, so handsome and so well-constructed that before it is even opened you get the sense; "This is going to be special."Case top and bottom is Kappa binder's board (0.1), a bookmaking board with no glue between layers. Lined with 10 point acid-and lignin-free card-stock.
Features & Highlights
- Case top and bottom is Kappa binder's board (0.1), a bookmaking board with no glue between layers
- Lined with 10 point acid-and lignin-free card-stock
- PAT tested and passed
- Covered in book binding cloth with a moisture-resistant, 100% aqueous acrylic coating
- Adhesive is pH balanced and buffered, <.0008%> sulfur content
|Item Weight:||4.85 pounds|
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