The Archival Methods Archival Storage Box is perfect for storage of prints, photos, art and similar mounted or unmounted documents that are best stored flat. This style of box is also well-suited for digital prints musical scores, pamphlets, letters and newspapers.
We all have boxes and boxes of old images that we inherited from our families. Most of these photos are usually stored in attics and closets in old-fashioned cardboard boxes that are subject to degradation from humidity, water and other elements. Archival Methods Storage Boxes are high-quality containers not only perfect for today's digital revolution but for preserving your older traditional prints.
With Archival Methods, your precious memories will remain intact and allowed to be safely passed on to future generations.
- Archival Methods Storage Boxes are metal-edged drop-front boxes that consist of a removable top and a bottom with a hinged "drop front" panel at the long side; this feature "opens" the bottom section so contents can be inserted, removed or examined safely, without bending or flexing the contents in any way; the risk of "dog-earing" is minimized
- Metal edge clamps are corrosion treated in black polyester coating with a wax-free polyester finish on the blind side; these clamps provide rigidity and high stacking strength
- Archival Methods boxes are manufactured from heavyweight Archival Grade boxboard