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Archival Methods Archival 3-Hole Mounting Pages (10 x 11", White, 10-pt, 25-Pack)

BH #ARA3H25PWHT • MFR #152-1011-W
Archival Methods
Key Features
  • Compatible with 3-Ring Binders & Albums
  • Accommodates Materials up to 9 x 11"
  • Archival, Acid- & Lignin-Free
  • White 10-pt Cardstock
This 25-pack of 10 x 11" white Archival 3-Hole Mounting Pages from Archival Methods is used to mount and display photographs, letters, newspaper clippings, or memorabilia with a compatible 3-ring binder or album. The 10-pt cardstock page has a mounting area of 9 x 11", so the material won't overlap with the mounting holes. Archival double-stick tape or adhesive photo corners can be used to mount your material directly to the acid- and lignin-free pages.
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$10.60
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Archival Methods 152-1011-W Overview

This 25-pack of 10 x 11" white Archival 3-Hole Mounting Pages from Archival Methods is used to mount and display photographs, letters, newspaper clippings, or memorabilia with a compatible 3-ring binder or album. The 10-pt cardstock page has a mounting area of 9 x 11", so the material won't overlap with the mounting holes. Archival double-stick tape or adhesive photo corners can be used to mount your material directly to the acid- and lignin-free pages.

UPC: 813903028565

Archival Methods 152-1011-W Specs

Item Type25 x Scrapbook Page (Unsleeved)
CapacityPer Side (Double-Sided)
Up to 9 x 11" Print
Hole Punch Pattern3-Hole Punch
Thickness0.14" / 3.56 mm
Dimensions11 x 10" / 28 x 25 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11 x 10.15 x 0.55"

Archival Methods 152-1011-W Reviews

Not worth it...

By Sydney
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2019-06-18

We both already know it's way over-priced (especially with shipping), but I was willing to pay thinking I'd be getting a good quality product that I could put directly into my album. However, the paper ended up taking so long to arrive that I went and bought a stack of photo-safe scrapbooking paper at Walmart instead ($5.99 for 50 sheets), trimming to size with a paper cutter and punching the holes myself. It took less than an hour and I ended up with just as much paper. Plus, none of the pages I prepared are bent or creased.  Of the two packs of this paper that came in today, one is entirely unusable. Although wrapped in plastic and placed in a box with a bunch of air packs, the bottom pack was severely bent in one corner and when I opened it I realized some pages have rough/ragged edges all the way around (like it tore instead of sliced when being cut). Can't return it either since it's a special order item from B&H. All around, it's disappointing. I suggest finding a better alternative.

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