Poster Sleeves & Backings - Polyester (Mylar)

These 2 mil and 4 mil Print & Poster Sleeves are made of Museum Grade Archival Polyester (Mylar), an inert material of the highest clarity.  Polyester will not discolor, damage, or adhere to items placed inside it. It is a sturdy film that will give extra support to fragile documents. Use polyester (Mylar) to ensure your collectibles remain in excellent condition for years to come. Polyester is used worldwide in museums, libraries, and archives. Our polyester material is approved by the Library of Congress for indefinite storage. We use DuPont inert Melinex® or a suitable equivalent. For custom sizes, call for a price quote. 

Click on the categories below to see our three unique styles of 
Polyester Sleeves for Posters (Standard Sleeve - sealed 3 sides, L-Sleeves - sealed on 2 adjacent sides and Folder Sleeves - sealed on one long edge)All three styles of sleeves fit in our Archival Movie Poster Boxes

Our Super Archival Backing Boards are sized perfectly to fit in our polyester sleeves. This material meets the Library of Congress archival standards. It is 100% alpha-cellulose, .040" thick, acid-free (alkaline pH 8.5), lignin-free, contaminant-free. It comes buffered with a 3% calcium carbonate buffer. Use for indefinite storage (hundreds and hundreds of years).


How to: Archive Your Posters