Luxury Leather Long Certificate Binder

This super luxury deluxe burgundy coloured certificate binder is made from real leather with cream contrast stitching and cream inner lining. Store your certificates and other important documents in this leather binder and this will be handed down generation after generation.

The 4 ring mechanism will hold up to 50 pockets to store 100 documents with an acid free card insert which allows two documents back to back.

Lays flat when open.

Size 17½ x 10¾ inches (44.5 x 27cms) approx.

  

Takes both the long acid free certificate pockets and the A4 landscape acid free pockets.

NB. We also stock the A4 Portrait version in leather, ideal for A4 certificates or photographs.

 More archival

Zebra pens
Millennium pens
Acid free paper
Acid free glue & tape
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Leather Landscape Foolscap binder
Real Leather in a dark Burgundy colour

£28.90

  
  
Leather Certificate binder

   CB-Leather

  

  
Leather Landscape Foolscap binder package
Real Leather in a dark Burgundy colour

Includes 10 long certificate pockets, 10 white card inserts and set of 5 dividers

£38.95

  
  
Leather Certificate binder

   CBSet-Leather

  

For inside your certificate folder

Acid free polypockets
Acid free card inserts
Tabbed dividers

Other acid free archival

Acid free paper
Acid free pens
Acid free glue

Why use certificate folders and acid free pockets for certificate storage?

Many people starting family history are given some original certificates - a grandparents marriage certificate, their own birth certificate, a parent's birth certificate. These are longer than A4, and can be extremely fragile, particularly if decades old. Many have unfortunately been folded and need to be opened and stored flat

To stop them deteriorating and store them in the best condition possible you need to archive acid free. Acid free archival materials are widely used by record offices and the legal profession and are now popular with family historians. At Family Tree Folk, we have a range of acid free products to help - and we are sourcing more for 2013.

Instead of keeping your certificates folded in an envelope - or worse still, in a cheap PVC polypocket (this accelerates the ageing process acting on the paper, and strips the ink from the document), put them in acid free polypockets that allow them to be straight and unfolded. The acid free sleeves will prevent further yellowing and disintegration of the paper, and will stop accidental damage by handling.

Storing your original certificates in acid free pockets in a certificate binder keeps them flat and safe and away from light. They are clearly visible through the clear polypropylene or polyester and can still be used for reference as required. As well as our long certificate binder, folders for A4 landscape certificates are also available. These are useful if you only have the newer style certificates, which are all now supplied by the General Registry Office as A4 sheets. As with our deluxe long certificate binder our deluxe A4 landscape binders are available with a full range of acid free pockets, acid free card inserts and tabbed dividers.

Using acid free card inserts allows two certificates to be stored in each acid free sleeve and prevents the certificates touching. It also stiffens the acid free pocket and provides an attractive background to the certificate.

The deluxe certificate binders and acid free pockets can also take landscape A4 certificates (all newly purchased certificates are A4 landscape) as these also need careful acid free storage. With a cost from April 6th 2010 of £9.25 for each certificate this represents quite an investment, after all and they need to be stored for generations to come.

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