Saturday, April 19, 2008

[AllStampsParadise] Re: Old stamp album repair


If you are talking about the binders, you could use a heavy tape.
However, I would definitely put new binders on your Christmas or
birthday wishlist.

If you are talking about the pages themselves, I use those
"reinforcement" thingies that office supply houses sell. They used to
be white, but now are also available as transparent.

Also, replacement fly-leafs can be purchased to help isolate the first
pages (which tend to get the most wear and tear) from the binder
covers. They are inexpensive for just a few, but if you are repairing
an entire collection, it might add up to quite a few dollars.

Best Wishes,
Tony S.
Stamps of Distinction Blog

--- In, Jeff Davies <jefdavies@...>
> HI - I have a couple of old scotts that need repair, and I think
that I can do it , but wanted to hear from others that have had
experiance --I also have a lot of duplicate stamps in the 1900-1940
era . kindest regards, Jeff davies
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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