If you want the look of leather without the price, the Shelbourne large photo album is the choice for you. Classic raised spine detailing and coordinated top-stitching are just some of the details of this faux leather photo albums.
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Very small album - at most 1 inch rings
from Vienna, VA
About Me Photo Enthusiast
Comments about Shelbourne Large Photo Album:
I am very disappointed in these binders. I ordered several, one for a gift. I had previously bought the oversized page protectors and now needed albums to put them in. I thought these were 3 inch binders since it said it would hold 40 pages. Once you add the photos, I doubt it would hold that much. It's around a 1 inch binder. Way overpriced for a 1 inch binder. I would return them but don't want to pay shipping for the return. I would NOT buy these again.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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By Grandma to Six
from Gurnee, Illinois
About Me Casual Photographer
I will use this product for my family photos. I like to arrange my photos in a collage fashion (keeping up my mom's tradition) and the size is perfect. It looks and feels attractive and sturdy, and I like the choice of colors. The only negative was that it took almost two weeks to receive after ordering.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
By Middlebury Madness
from Beverly, MA
I am using these albums to re house photographs that I remove from old magnetic albums. Terrific choice of colors and a good size.
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Can't be without it
from New York, NY
I love these oversized albums for my wildlife, safari travel and have been using them for 10 years. The good-sized caption plates allow for full information and descriptions. My only complaint is that there are no "specialty" pages to accommodate other than the 4 x 6 photos. I thus use the 8 x 10 pages from the regular sized 3-ring albums for example for maps, lists, photo enlargements, etc.