20 sleeves / 40 pages • A3 pockets • refillable • white card inserts • archival • postbound • window
Black Buckram A3 archival scrapbook albums 3013A3SBL are bound in beautiful wet-look archival buckram, and feature a window on the front to insert your own photo and create personalised photo albums.
These very large scrapbooks are ideal for safe storage and display of photos, cuttings and collections such as class or group photos, large portraits, certificates and academic awards.
Each refillable album includes 20 post-bound archival clear plastic sleeves with white card inserts, allowing you to display several hundred photos on 40 completed pages, or 20 double-sided A3 items.
It's easy to take the white card inserts out to attach photos or other memorabilia, write notes or attach cuttings or labels, and then simply slide the inserts back into the clear plastic pockets; alternatively you can simply insert your own A3 items. Materials used in these albums are acid and lignin free, and archival quality.
Black Buckram A3 archival scrapbook albums are manufactured in Sri Lanka.
WHAT IS BUCKRAM?
Buckram is a linen fabric treated with a stiffening agent. It has a woven texture but is no longer porous. Elegant, durable and easy to clean, it is an ideal archival quality bookbinding material.
Black Buckram A3 archival scrapbook albums 3013A3SBL have a cover size of 34.5cm wide x 43.5cm high. Pocket size is 311mm x 423mm, and archival card insert size is 306mm x 418mm.
Coral Coast A3 archival scrapbook refills 3500A3S contain an additional 20 sleeves with white card inserts and extension posts. We recommend a reasonable maximum of two sets of refills per album.
Black Buckram archival scrapbook albums are available in A4, 12x12" and A3 sizes.
Black Buckram A3 archival scrapbook album insert pages are dry mount, so don't forget to visit our photo mounting products selection to purchase photo tabs, corners, pens and other album accessories.
I love the covers of the archive quality albums - they are timeless and will be treasures in decades to follow.