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Made in gb
Fixture of Dakka




UK

So besides boxes and shelves has anyone found a neat binder or similar style product to put their White Dwarf books in? I'm surprised GW doesn't make and retail something to collect each year into. I'm just curious though it might be hard as the way the books are bound means that a traditional binder isn't really going to work. At least not unless you go through and separate each page from its glue and then put it in a plastic wallet - which whilst it would work, is far more work than I want and sort of destroys the book in the process - even if all the pages are still there and intact etc..

   
Made in us
Lieutenant General





Florence, KY

Are you looking for a magazine file? They're pretty easy to find (you can even get them from IKEA).

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Made in gb
Fixture of Dakka




UK

The only downside with magazine files is that they only work when stacked on a shelf in a line. Meanwhile things like box folders and such can at least be stacked one atop the other in a corner (yes granted I could also use a box) .

   
 
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