Item #: A109-BLK
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Price: $17.99
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    The Basic Playbill Binder is the economical solution for storing and organizing your Playbill collection. Please note, the Basic Binder is not a three-ring binder like the Ultimate Playbill Binder or the Universal Playbill Binder. Playbills are held into the Basic Binder with slim metal rods placed into the center of the magazine, then snapped into a clasp on the inside spine of the binder. The Basic Binder is designed to hold contemporary-sized Playbills, 5 and 3/8 inches by 8 and 1/2 inches. Larger Playbills from past eras will not fit into the binder perfectly; however, many customers still use the Basic Binder for older Playbill collections. The Basic Binder holds up to 16 issues of Playbill magazine. The Basic Playbill Binder is covered in vinyl and is available in black or red.

    Overall Customer Rating of 3 Reviews:

    Perfect for your Playbill collection

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    • Look good on my shelf
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    • awkward for getting the holder wire in p
    I have a collection that goes back to the introduction of Playbills. Now it's organized by years, and I have fun looking up past shows. These notebooks are perfect!

    Perfect storage!

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    • price
    • quality
    • durable
    • easy to use
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    I love these binders! They're way more price friendly than buying small binders and sleeves from Staples and they look nice on my shelf. While it says they can hold up to 16 playbills, I prefer to keep 14 in each binder so that I can easily flip through them if I feel like it. If you're looking for good storage, this is the way to go.

    These are the best!

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    These are the best binders to hold your playbills, period. We have about thirty of these binders, spanning over 40 years, and they really last - the oldest ones looking just as good as the newest ones. The more expensive binders (of which we have exactly one) might preserve your playbills better, but you have to put them in plastic sleeves, so that it's a nuisance to get them out and actually look at them. These binders, on the other hand, keep the playbills in order, not covered, but completely accessible so that you can leaf through to the pages you want.

    These are the ones we buy, over and over, every few years as we need them.