Item #: U801
Availability: In Stock
Price: $40.99

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    An exclusive Playbill item - This custom-made three-ring binder - the top choice for Playbill magazine collectors who wish to keep their collection in mint condition - uses archival quality materials to attractively display, organize, and protect your Playbill collection for years to come. The Ultimate Playbill Binder comes with 18 polypropylene sleeves and acid-free backing boards - the same materials used by professional archivists and serious collectors to preserve paper products, which are extremely susceptible to the damaging effects of sunlight, oxygenation, acidic corrosion, and dust. All materials in the Ultimate Playbill Binder are proudly made in the USA. The sleeves are designed to hold contemporary-sized Playbills, 5 and 3/8 inches by 8 and 1/2 inches - the standard size for almost 30 years. Larger Playbills from earlier eras will not fit in the sleeves. The binder is easy to use and handle. Simply insert a Playbill into a sleeve, fold the flap over the top, and slip the flap under the strap on the back of the sleeve to hold it in place. For the most effective preservation of your collection, we recommend that you seal the flap closed around the edges with invisible tape to keep out air and dust completely. Once you've filled the sleeves, slide them over the rings and close the clasp. You can easily change the order in which the Playbills are organized as often as you wish. These handsome binders come in black and are covered with Arrestox Cloth. This 100% cotton book cloth with a water-based acrylic finish is strong, beautiful, and eco-friendly. The rivets holding in the rings are not visible on the outside spine of the binder, and the Playbill logo is tastefully stamped in gold at the top of the spine. The binder measures 3 inches across the spine, and the cover is 9 and 1/4" inches wide by 10 inches tall. Because so many of our customers have very large collections and they wish to fit as many Playbills as possible into the Ultimate Binders, we also offer this extra pack of six sleeves with acid-free backing boards to bring the total number of Playbills held in the binder to 24 - the absolute limit we recommend before the stress of overstuffing the binder may damage the spine of the binder and your Playbill collection over time.

    Overall Customer Rating of 11 Reviews:
    Temecula

    Sturdy quality

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    Pros:
    • Well-made
    • perfect size
    Cons:
    • Pages are difficult to turn
    I bought this book in 2011 for my daughter and it has taken this long to fill up the 18 sleeves plus a few spares. The maximum number of sleeves it will hold is 24. The book is in great condition and I'm very happy that I can purchase a second one now.
    The area where the holes are punched for the binder is reinforced so it holds up. If the holes were slightly larger the pages would turn more easily, but this is a tiny infraction.
    Overall the book is very good quality.

    Playbill Binder

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    Pros:
    • definetly quality
    Cons:
    • Need a place to put what you have inside
    These binders are fabulous..I'm getting ready to order my sixth one...they are very professional looking. You need to be careful not to overload, then it starts to look messy. It happens when you start running out of room...then it's time to order another one...Love, love these ...

    Memphis

    Great, but expensive!

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    Pros:
    • Sturdy
    • Great sleeves
    • Looks great
    Cons:
    • VERY expensive
    I own 3, but probably won’t buy any more. $59 each including tax and shipping is ridiculous.

    Chicago

    Love these binders

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    Pros:
    • Holds many playbills
    Cons:
    • COST! Too high & shipping is also high
    These binders are very nice and durable. The plastic pockets can be fragile and you have to be careful not to rip the strip in back which holds down the flap.

    san diego

    best system for playbills

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    I have 6 of these and have just ordered 2 more. I wish there was a space on the binding that had a space to indicate what was stored. Year, or type, or theater, etc. It would be even better if it was something that could be changed, if a different system was used.