These sleeves have a 1/2" heat-sealed margin. Therefore the sleeves don't
stand upright on shelves or in boxes and they are too big to fit into
standard archival boxes designed for 16" discs. Caveat emptor!
At 04:14 PM 4/29/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>Conservation Resources Int. Springfield, VA 1-800-634-6932 has Archival 16"
>sleeves. Four-layed and used by LOC.
>$1.26 ea for up to 100; $1.15 up to 500; $1.05 1000 or more.
>At 09:14 AM 4/28/2003 -0700, you wrote:
>>The catalog for MetalEdge is the only one I have seen that offers
>>"archival" acid free paper sleeves for 16" disks. You can order them
>>with or with out a center hole, and with or without a flap. The web
>>address www.metaledgeinc.com has details.
>>They're a bit on the expensive side, so if anyone else has a better
>>Special Collections Librarian
>>Thousand Oaks Library System
>>(805) 449-2660 xt228
>>[log in to unmask]
>> >>> [log in to unmask] 04/24/03 02:17PM >>>
>>Here at the Sony Music Studios we are in the process of re-sleeving
>>considerable archive of 16" lacquer disks. Unfortunately our previous
>>supplier of sleeves, Shield Pack, who served us well, is no longer in
>>business. Any suggestions from people with knowledge/experience in
>>area will be gratefully received.
>Peter T. Kiefer, Coordinator
>Fred Waring's America Collection
>The Pennsylvania State University
>313 Pattee Library
>University Park, PA 16802-1800
>Voice: (814) 863-2911
>Email: [log in to unmask]
>"The World is a stage, don't trip over a prop."
David Seubert, Curator
Performing Arts Collection
Davidson Library Special Collections
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
(805) 893-5444 Fax (805) 893-5749
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