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Crystal-clear Mylar is the toughest and strongest of all polyester archival materials. Transparent enclosures must be made of polyester (Mylar) polypropylene, polyethylene or triacetate to be considered archivally "sound" These particular materials are inert (chemically stable) and pH neutral.Mylar gives acid-free, long-term protection without thickness or bulk. These top- loading envelopes are sealed on three sides. They come in 5 in-stock sizes and are suitable for all types of documents. Perfect for protection (and display) of treasured materials from dust, dirt, pollution and finger oils.

Package of Five

CAT # 102432......$14.00 (Canadian Dollars)

Package of 25
CAT # 102432a......$67.00 (Canadian Dollars)

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