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bkford
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Is there such a thing as multi-pocket refill pages for 12x12 postbound albums?


 
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In response to bkford

I think they do exist I just don't know how easy they would be to find as I don't ever hear anyone speak of them.

Have you tried Amazon or Ebay?
Also, have you tried the regular Multi-Page Pocket Page Protectors in your album?
Just curious if maybe they would work.


 
bkford
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Don’t know what this is; Also, have you tried the regular Multi-Page Pocket Page Protectors in your album?


 
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You're saying Post Bound Pocket Pages... which is very specific.
What about the regular pocket pages, like I've attached?

They're not specified for use in "post-bound" albums, they're generally used in 3-ringed binder albums, but have you tried them in your post bound albums?


 
bkford
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Had not even thought of that! Wish I knew if they lined up right... But this is a great idea.


 
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  • don1 on 06-08-18 01:35 PM
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  • bkford Said:
Had not even thought of that! Wish I knew if they lined up right... But this is a great idea.


Use a paper punch to get the alignment.


 
bkford
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Great tip! Thanks.


 
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In response to bkford

Once you use 3-ring albums, you may find them much easier to use than post-bound. They allow you to add pages, remove pages, and just move them around. You can buy them in attractive covers, or chipboard to make your own. And they'll hold a LOT more pages than post-bound. Once I started using them, I' never looked back!


 
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  • don1 on 07-07-18 01:51 PM
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A good source for collector pages is stamp and coin shops and sports card collection stores.


 
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