Stamp Album Binders

Binders for Ruskystamps Russia stamp album pages

Binder options

We recommend our own padded binders to house your collection. Not only do they look good, but you know that our pages (sized 240mm x 282mm) will fit perfectly!

It's also extremely easy to take pages in and out and, unlike the peg-fitting and springback binder types, pages open flat. We hold a limited stock of these in blue or red colour leatherette but if out of stock when you order, we can easily obtain more from our philatelic wholesalers within 3-5 days with minimal delay to your order.

Binders are superbly made (specifically for the philatelic market), have very reliable and accurate ring closures and feature a padded spine and cover. Our pages will also fit some springback binders for those who prefer this system.

 

Binders to fit our pages

With 22-ring binders, we can now offer the binder with a matching slipcase (NEW). Alternatively we can supply the binder on its own or  just the slipcase (the latter just for previous Ruskystamps binder customers).

We recommend a maximum of 60 pages per binder to allow for the extra thickness of Hawid type stamp mounts - hinge mounted stamps will take less space.

Binders for Ruskystamps Russia stamp album pages Binders for Ruskystamps Russia stamp album pages

The 4-ring D type (DEEP spine) binder includes a matching slipcase. We recommend a maximum of 100 pages per binder.
The same binders will also accommodate various other commercial inserts and pages to accept such things as FDCs, social stationery, banknotes, etc.

Please note that there other types and makes of 22-ring and 4-Ring binders on the market but we cannot guarantee that these will fit our pages - make sure you check the size before you order elsewhere! The same applies with springback binders - check that our pages will fit and display nicely before you order from another supplier.

 

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