|Brand Name||Gaylord Archival|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 11.5 x 5 inches|
|Material Type||Acid-free, Lignin-free, pH 8.0-9.0, 3% Calcium carbonate buffer, 60 pt. Barrier board, Blue/grey w/ white liner|
|Size||11 1/2W x 15L x 5"H|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PB11155S|
Gaylord Archival Deep Lid Print Box
|Price:||$26.49 & FREE Shipping|
Usually ships within 2 to 3 days.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Preserve prints, family records, newspaper clippings, manuscripts and other paper documents for future generations
- Archival quality: acid-free, lignin-free, passed P.A.T. (Photographic Activity Test), buffered to resist acid migration
- Your family history deserves the same level of protection used by the world's leading cultural institutions
- Metal edges add strength & style; deep lid keeps out dust, dirt & light
- Use with archival-quality envelopes from Gaylord Archival® (sold separately)
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Paper is fragile and susceptible to damage and deterioration, yet it holds some of our most treasured memories: childhood keepsakes, awards, newspaper clippings, graduation programs, military records, wedding invitations, career milestones, photos, artwork and much more. You are the guardian of your family history. Protect it with these archival-quality print boxes from Gaylord Archival. Commercially available items sold as "acid-free" actually begin to degrade within just a few years, but products that are truly archival quality provide protection that lasts generations. Made in the USA. (Please note: Parchment and other materials made of animal protein should not be stored in buffered boxes.)
Top customer reviews
Note that the description states this is a BUFFERED box. This may be fine for some things, but I purchased unbuffered acid-free tissue to keep the contents from coming into contact with the calcium/chalky compound in the box itself. For instance, I am storing the blueprints from the Aladdin house my father built in unbuffered paper. Likewise, my mother's very old silk scarves and a wool cloche also are carefully protected (fingers crossed) via un buffered paper.
FYI ... Buffered or unbuffered, that box and that paper are not effective forever. At minimum, the paper should be replaced according to package instructions, or look it up online or ask at your local library.
I also try to toss in appropriately-sized bags of silica gel desiccant packets for protection against the high humidity in our house.