A product range developed to the requirements of the Dutch National Archive in Den Haag. High quality archival self adhesive labels made with CXD Archival Rag Endleaf paper with good adhesion to most substrates. Very stable acrylic based adhesives with minimum plasticizers. Suitable for use with all computer printer types including laser printers, they are currently sold in sheets which can feed automatically from the paper tray of most desktop printers.
Conservation By Design Archival Rag Endleaf is an exceptionally high quality paper developed for conservation bookbinding e.g. end papers, guarding etc. It is manufactured from 100% cotton fibre. The paper has successfully been designed to meet the most stringent standards required by conservation binderies, libraries, and museums. It has a smooth wove surface, buffered with calcium carbonate and tub sized with a pure non-ionic oxidised farina starch to resist fibre picking when printing and to impart extra fold surface strength to the paper. The paper is specified to pass recognised silver tarnish tests.