|Brand Name||E. Gerber|
|Item Weight||14.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 0.5 x 7.5 inches|
|Item model number||B00GQENKEM|
|Manufacturer Part Number||725M2|
Mylites 2 Mil Comic Book Standard Size 7 1/4" x 10 1/2" Plus 1-1/2" Flap Pack of 50
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The best raw plastic material available for permanent protection and storage. The 2 mil sleeves are twice the thickness and 4 times the protection of 1 mil thick bags. The most popular Mylar sleeve. The fold-over flap can be tucked in or taped closed. Sold in packs of 50. Measures 7 1/4" x 10 1/2".
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Using to store my handful of floppy comic books. They make even the Goodwill-purchased ones look better.
Yes, I understand that to a collector mylar is meant for better quality books, but I'm thinking in terms of the 1980-era books still being readable in 25 years....because I like the stories and don't like digital 'cloud' buying.)
I also purchased these to protect my stored paperback trades as well as the floppies. The modern size worked fine for thin trades. Used slightly bigger 'Silver/Golden' bags and this size backer to go with moderate sized trades.
Only 'cons' are that they are pricey (but you get more protection for that price) and that the polyester 'mylar' bags are somewhat irritatingly noisier when moved about then the cheaper plastic ones. (I only see the latter as a true nuisance if you plan to shuffle your books around for an extended period of time.)
Another possible con is that while placing the books into the bags you are tempted to start reading the books again instead of getting the chore finished because....dang, they look nice in there.
Trades: Used 7-1/4" bags with 7" boards for thin books. Used 8" bags and 7-1/2" boards for moderately thick trades. Used 8" bags and 7" boards for thick trades. Also (why the heck not?) used 8" leftover bags without boards to protect some hardbound books from acidic storage containers and other undesirable contaminants.
If you are serious into comic collecting or really any sort of ephemra, a good archival material will make the difference. They cost more than poly comic bags, but you get what you pay for.
Step up and get a good bag for your important books