Totally trendy: The Leuchtturm Stockbooks COMFORT “Metallic Edition” come in three modern colors silver, gold and bronze and offer a particularly sparkling frame for your collection. The stockbooks are available either in:
chamois interieur cardboard pages with 9 pergamine strips per page, double glassine interleaves, double linen hinge
black interieur cardboard pages with 9 glassine strips per page, double glassine interleaves, double linen hinge
The stockbooks have, of course, all the important quality features that you have come to expect of all LEUCHTTURM stockbooks. For covers, pages, strips, binding and interleaves, we therefore only use selected materials, which guarantee appealing and secure storage for your stamps.
A4 stockbook, 64 chamois or black colored pages, padded cover in metallic look, with silver- or gold-colored embossing, 9 glassine strips per page, double glassine interleaves, double linen hinge.
Brand quality made by LEUCHTTURM
When we mention stockbooks, we refer to stamp albums with card pages featuring horizontal glassine or film strips, into which the stamps are inserted. Even if part of the collection is stored elsewhere, e.g. in illustrated albums, stockbooks can serve as storage space for duplicates, as a mobile solution e.g. for trading or to accommodate the most valuable pieces in a deposit box and are an essential piece of kit for philatelists.
Please choose the size of your stockbook, the colour of the card, the number of pages and the material and colour of the binding.
In 2017, the Leuchtturm business celebrated its 100th anniversary. Leuchtturm is a family-run business with a history dating back from 1917. The company was established in Germany where it continues its production today. Leuchtturm’s today is undoubtedly a worldwide market leader for stamp, coins, banknotes collectors’ accessories. Leuchtturm is present on four continents and in seven countries. The Leuchtturm Group is active as a producer, importer, exporter, mail order business and in retail.
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