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Black Old Town Leather Photo Album with Contrast Stitching - Stores 300 Pictures (2 Pack)
Go for the classy look. You memories are precious and how you store them should be no less. The classy, bonded leather, photo album by Old Town holds up to 300 photos with dimensions 4 x 6 inches (10.2 cm x 15.2 cm). The album can also accommodate photos with dimensions 4 x 12 inches. A great addition to your shelf/library you'll enjoy viewing your pictures with the album. Acid-free paper will protect your pictures and the descriptions you write in the page margins. Store your photo CDs as well as any negatives within the photo album. You'll now be able to keep the digital and physically copies all in one place! 2 Pack.
Two albums made of deluxe bonded leather with hand stitched rounded corners
Designed to hold 3" x 5", 4" x 6" & up to 4" x 12" panoramic photos
Holds up to 300 pictures per album
Negative storage pocket
Archival safe and acid free
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Great photo albumJul 22, 2010
By C. Hartz
"Shih Tzu lover"
I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this photo album. The leather cover is slightly padded making is seem like a more expensive album. Also it was nice that is was sold as a two pack as I had a lot of old photos to put in albums. There are lines beside each photo slot to write a description of the picture and there is a pocket in the back for negatives, etc. I've seen similar photo albums at the store that sell for about the same price or more, so I think they are priced fairly.
Very Nice AlbumsJul 20, 2010
By J.S. MEWS
These are good quality albums. I didn't end up printing my pictures this time so did not use them but they are very nice. I was a little surprised that there was no apparent way to easily put the slightly larger pictures in this album or brochures, etc. you might bring back from vacation. It is possible you could 'break' the small seals between each picture slot and then use them but there were no directions about that and could end up tearing the cellophane. I didn't try it. Definitely a nice product for the money though.