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    Antique style photo album

    Hi Guys-

    Does anyone know of a company that still makes photo albums like the older kind where photo corners were needed for mounting the photographs in them? Often these were books that had a string that held the binding together and were very simple.

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    I don't know of a company that makes these, but it would be pretty easy to make your own that way. Scrapbook stores have heavy enough card stock for the pages and you could use mat board for the covers.

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    If I don't find something that I like for a good price, that is what I'll do...
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    i think rag and bone makes and sells these.
    http://www.ragandbonebindery.com/

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    I've gotten some by Kolo, they seem like they might be a current day version of the type of album you're describing. The pages in the ones I have are black or white/ivory paper and I used photo corners to hold my photos. I've found them locally so they might be available a variety of places - http://www.kolo.com .
    Sharon



 

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