Glassine Interleaving, for Popular Stamp Albums
Glassine album interleaving is of a specially processed Glassine, a smooth, translucent paper made from a manufacturing process called supercalendering. The paper pulp is beaten to break down the fibers. After pressing and drying, the paper web is passed through a stack of hard pressure rollers. This pressing of the paper fibers in the machine buffs the paper, producing a very smooth, enamel-like and acid-free surface. And the clarity of the glassine allows good visibility of the contents. that resist oil, air, and water, giving stamps an extra layer of protection. Archival-quality sheets have a convenient, see-through finish that lets you see through each protective sheet. iHobb offers interleaving sheets for Scott, Minkus, and H.E. Harris albums.
Glassine Album Interleaving, for Popular Stamp Albums, Providing an Archival Protection for Stamps