Unless the buyer is a library with a hundred year span or so in mind, I've
never seen the sense is paying for acid free record sleevs so long as they
are only mildly off. They should, however , be thick enough to prevent the
casual bunching damage from being slid in and out of the shelves along side
I bought some of the 16" sleeves, with center holes, from Kut Nauck and was
pleased with them. And no peek-a-boo is necessary.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Conrad" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 11:08 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Best source for LP paper sleeves and plain white
> David Lennick wrote:
>>Matt Sohn wrote:
>>>>What's the best-value (ie lowest-cost) source for plain white paper LP
>>>sleeves and white jackets
>>>>with center holes in the USA? Bags Unlimited is somewhat pricey, but
>>>that's the going rate
>>>>these days? Looking to buy 100-200 white paper sleeves and 50 or so
>>>>-- Tom Fine
>>>I've been using the acid-free paper sleeves from Sleeve City
>>>They have cheaper paper sleeves as well.
>>Any chance they could be persuaded to make cheap 16-inch sleeves? I know
>>acid-free is wonderful, but I have a few thousand transcriptions of the
>>vinyl variety which just need covering. I bet if a company offered to
>>produce 25-cent sleeves for a minimum order of ten thousand, we could
>>cover that order in two minutes. I'd take two thousand tomorrow. And Bags
>>Unlimited won't do it....I've
>>tried to talk them into it several times.
> If you're looking for 16" transcription sleeves, you might want to take a
> look at:
> Not cheap -- more than $1 each, but they are acid free. The other
> downside is that there is no center hole cut out in the middle of them, so
> the record labels are not visible.
> Bob Conrad
> Fort Lee, NJ
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