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    8x10 and Magazine Pages

    Can anyone recommended an album type page for holding 8x10s and magazines. I have a small collection of signed 8x10 photos and SI magazines that I would like to put in a binder...but I have no idea what the best way to do this is. Is there a specific type of album page that works best for this?

    Thanks.
    Tony Graziani Collection: 44/49, Autos: 11/13, GU: 2/2
    Have You Seen This Card: 1999 Upper Deck Encore F/X Gold #11 Tony Graziani 1/1
    1967 Topps FB Set: 132/132 - Complete
    1994 UD Collector's Choice Gold FB Set: 384/384 - Complete

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    I have used the ones that are used for like reports or presentations. I got a box in Office Max and they are durable. I keep all my signed 8x10's in a binder using them there are a few brands these are clear with a white end where the holes are for the binder
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajcorleone View Post
    I have used the ones that are used for like reports or presentations. I got a box in Office Max and they are durable. I keep all my signed 8x10's in a binder using them there are a few brands these are clear with a white end where the holes are for the binder
    Are those types of pages archival safe so they won't affect the autographs or the paper long term?
    Tony Graziani Collection: 44/49, Autos: 11/13, GU: 2/2
    Have You Seen This Card: 1999 Upper Deck Encore F/X Gold #11 Tony Graziani 1/1
    1967 Topps FB Set: 132/132 - Complete
    1994 UD Collector's Choice Gold FB Set: 384/384 - Complete

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    I have had autos stored in them for over 6 years with no damage.The pages have some kind of material that avoids smudges.I bought the box years ago and still using them
    "Sell crazy someplace else, we're all stocked up here". Jack Nicholson
    The true hypocrite is the one who ceases to perceive his deception, the one who lies with sincerity. ~André Gide
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