Bill Cole announces new line of deluxe mylar sleeves

Official Press Release

Massachusetts-based Bill Cole Enterprises is proud to announce that they have just released a new line of Mylar® sleeves called “X” to the tenth power.

In a telephone interview, Bill Cole, President of Bill Cole Enterprises, stated “X” to the tenth power is our new series of Mylar® sleeves that is the thickest and strongest Mylar® sleeve ever made. These sleeves are manufactured using a technology known as “Ultra Weld”. Our customers have asked about a thicker sleeve that can be used with or without an acid free board, which will still be strong enough. “By adding new machinery and technology, we were able to make a much stronger sleeve that is not only crystal clear but with seals that are stronger and sturdier.

When asked about the sizes that will be available, he said “Currently we have the comic sizes from standard through magazines along with original art sizes. We hope to gradually adding more sizes and combination paks so our customers will be saving more”

The world’s thickest Mylar® sleeve ever made, “X” to the Tenth Power is now in stock for immediate delivery.

For more information about “X” to The Tenth Power go to www.10milmylar.com

About Bill Cole Enterprises

For over 33years, Bill Cole Enterprises, Inc. has been a leading supplier of preservation materials not only to collectors, but also to such institutions as The National Archives, The U. S. Library of Congress, The U.S. Mint and even the White House. They have established a reputation for dependable service, competitive pricing and the highest quality products available. They have been manufacturing heat sealed Mylar® sleeves longer than any of their competitors. Orders for stock items are usually shipped within two working days after receipt of an order, and they are able to quote on custom size sleeves within 24 hours. From comic books, magazines, documents, letters, postcards, movie posters and all other paper Ephemera, they are ready to assist you in all your preservation needs.

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