The Archival Methods 10.5 x 6.5 x 4.5" Short Top Box is often called an "Archival Shoe Box". This style box is a general purpose container for safely storing and protecting post cards and photographic prints. They are also commonly used for storage of small specimens such as mineral samples.
Baseball cards? Old photos? Newspaper clippings? How many old-style shoe boxes do you have in your basement, attic or closet? Archival Methods now offers a way to use the same size boxes but ones which are archivally safe.
With Archival Methods, your precious memories will remain intact for years to come.
Note: Short top boxes are offered in three sizes
Archival Methods Short Top Boxes have removable, close-fitted tops to seal out dust and insects
Embossed labeling areas on box end and lid front neatly, accurately and consistently locate and position standard pressure-sensitive (PSA) identification label
Metal edge clamps are corrosion treated in black polyester coating with wax-free polyester on the blind side; these clamps provide rigidity and high stacking strength.
Made in USA
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Archival Methods Short Top Box (10.5 x 6.5 x 4.5")
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114 mm; 4 x 6" Postcards
Type of Closure
Manufactured from .040 and .060 tan-finished, acid and lignin-free ArchivalGrade boxboard.