Avery® Translucent Document Wallets - Letter - 8 1/2" x 11" Sheet Size - 50 Sheet Capacity - Fron
Item Number: AVE72278
Our Price: $27.39 / BX (savings $17.61)
Quantity in Stock: 707
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- Letter-size file wallet with a business card pocket on front
- Includes flap that easily opens and closes securely with die-cut closure
- Made of a durable, translucent, matte-finish, PVC-free poly material
- Holds up to 50 pages
- Clear; 12 / Box
Document Wallet features a business card pocket on front. Flap easily opens and closes securely with die-cut closure. Wallet is made of a translucent, matte finish poly material that is durable and stylish. Holds up to 50 pages.
Manufacturer Part Number: 72278
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.avery.com
Product Name: Translucent Document Wallets
Packaged Quantity: 12 / Box
Sheet Capacity: 50
Sheet Standard: Letter
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 11" Length
Pocket Location: Front
Accessibility: Flap Open
Weight (Approximate): 1.92 oz
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