Archive your negatives and prints with this 25-pack of Archive Envelopes from Archival Methods. The cream-colored envelopes are made of a non-buffered 80 lb text paper that is acid- and lignin-free. Each envelope holds up to thirty-six prints measuring 4 x 6". A separate interior pocket holds a roll of 35mm negatives cut into four-frame strips. The front flap of each envelope features a convenient index for important information such as time, place, and subject matter. The same information can be used as a cross-reference for digital files.
- Archival-Grade 80 lb Text Paper
- Acid- and Lignin-Free
- Holds 36 Prints Measuring 4 x 6"
- Print Pocket and Negative Pocket
Archival Methods 29-46PN Overview
Archival Methods 29-46PN Specs
4.6 x 7.25" / 11.7 x 18.4 cm (Exterior)
|Type of Closure|
35mm, Medium Format
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
7.5 x 4.9 x 1.25"
Archival Methods 29-46PN Reviews
Does the job.
These are envelopes for 4x6 photos and negatives. The paper is sturdy, it is of archival quality for storing photos and negatives, and is compact to facilitate storing many envelopes in a box like I do.
No flex, doesn't hold many photos
They have no flex built into them, so they can really only hold about 5-7 photos. Any more and the edges get crushed. I was looking for folders that would hold 24-36 photos, to keep my pictures divided by rolls of film, like the old envelopes that you used to get when you had a roll developed.
Meets my needs for the next 50 years
Huh! Like I'll have any needs in the next 50 years. This product approximates the type of envelopes my prints and negatives have been in for the last 50 years without the ink and other chemicals that would affect the contents. I'm scanning all of my negatives and storing in these for someone else in the future. I also use Print File 35-10E4 Archival Storage Sleeve for 35mm Negatives (25-Pack) for the negatives. The combination works well for me.
Safe Haven for Old Photos
Not a lot I can say about envelopes. They claim to be acid and lignin free, so they will be a good choice for storing old photos. The only con I can say is It would be nice if they were pleated to allow for expansion. I'm sure they will work fine, as I have ordered more.
Archival Envelopes for Sorting Precious Photos
I bought these while removing photos from 50-year-old magnetic albums. The envelopes prompt logging traceability on your photos, & they're ideal for housing loose photos safely long-term. Not cheap, but archival protection never is--these are highly recommended for everyone from the home scrapbooker to families archiving family photos.
I'll never know
I bought 13 packs to re-file my many old pre-digital photos. They had been stored in many different original tattered old envelopes, so I bought these to keep them properly stored - I hope. They appear to be high quality, but I'll never know. I hope they work the way they should; maybe my kids will know some day!
Okay but WARNING
These do not fit in the printfile 4x6 boxes. They are 0.1 too short (very sad). Just be warned if you're planning to pair these it will not work. I am disappointed that these envelopes have no give to their size. Those old 1 hour photo envelopes have the ability to expand to hold more photos. These do not. Not sure how one would fit 20, let alone 30.
Exactly what I was looking for
I had seen these envelopes years ago. Couldn't find them anywhere but B&H.
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