I’ve reached a point that I need to start protecting all the nice items I’ve bought: stamps and lately…postal cards and postcards. Protecting stamps is easy: stockbooks and albums, but how to protect and store postal cards and postcards?
The most common damage made to postal cards and postcards is creased corners…and believe me it hurts to see a postal card or postcard with creased corners. It has happened to me and I wish it doesn’t happen to anyone.
So, the same question again: How To Protect And Store Postal Cards And Postcards?
Lucky me, a couple months ago I was just looking for philatelic supplies and found these protective sleeves! They have fit all my postal cards and postcards and managing them is still as easy as before!
These protective sleeves give your postcards the protection they deserve! Each rigid-edged protector is crafted of clear, “non-migrating” PVC vinyl that contains no plasticizers. This means they won’t harm your collectibles.
Help your postal cards and postcards retain their value while they’re being displayed or stored. These sleeves will protect them from everyday disasters such as dust and water. As simply as pulling your postal cards or postcards out of their envelopes or paper tubes and sliding them into one of these protective sleeves. No matter how you choose to make use of them, your important items will be safe and sound.
Here are some Specs:
- Made of clear, high-impact 16 mil PVC vinyl with a 40 mil opening.
- Overall size: 4″ x 6 1/8″ Inside capacity: 3 3/4″ x 5 7/8″. Open on the long side.
- Pack of 25 protective sleeves.
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