The Archival Methods Solander Museum Case is an age old design with a new twist. The case has been produced with many features to make it more than a winner when it comes to carrying prints, documents, maps and drawings.
The spine is hinged in such a way that when the case is open, it lies flat - a real plus for presentations. The box seals on all sides when closed. The internal lip is designed to keep all sorts of contaminants from reaching the contents. The latches are all heavy duty giving the case a solid finish.
The heavyweight, acrylic-coated black cloth covers assure long-lasting use. The case is topped off by a metal label holder for rapid identification.
- Thick walls for added protection
- Top and bottom are thick (.100) binder's board
- The case has a history dating back to Captain Cook - Daniel Charles Solander designed the case to hold all documentation about the trip as well as botanical specimens