Pioneer Photo Albums TR-100 Magnetic 3-Ring Photo Album 100 Page, Colors May Vary
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- Fast-Stick magnetic pages feature a clear plastic overlay that self-adheres to the page, securely holding photos
- Initially contains 100 pages (50 sheets), plus 3-ring binding accepts refills (Style No. SRF-1200)
- 9''x10-7/8'' pages hold many size photos including 2.5"x3.5" wallet, 4"x6", 5"x7", 6''x8'' and more
- Deluxe padded leatherette cover with gold stamping
- Photo safe: acid and PVC emission Free
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This Magnetic Photo Album from PIONEER has a padded cover and comes in assorted colors. Its 3 ring metal binder style keeps all of your photos safe and organized. It also has 100 pages and 50 sheets to ensure that you have ample space to store your photos.
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Sticky album material is dubious; it makes no claims of archival materials, and so will likely destroy your photographs over time.