Museum, Archival & Library Labels

Marking special collections and artifacts should be handled with extreme care. We provide labels that keep valuables intact while remaining readable and properly affixed. Specialty acid & wood free label materials ensure a proper identification that won’t degrade or alter specimens with time. We’ve worked with various departments, including archaeology, historical, art, botanical, and more.

We’ve provided to many special collections:

bullet  Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology

bullet  International auction houses & movable pieces

bullet  Books in academic and public libraries

bullet  Botanical gardens and horticulture societies

 

Request Archival Label Samples

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Choose a custom label material:

690 Thermal Transfer Acid-Free Polyester – This opaque, gloss white material contains an acid-free adhesive for non-invasive labeling, as well as maintaining excellent flexibility with chemical and tear resistance. Great permanent bond to many museum & archival surface types. 690 Material Spec Sheet 


617 Thermal Transfer Acid-Free Paper – Alkaline-based, bright white paper material with acid-free adhesive for marking valuable photos and documents. Excellent print quality. Although not as durable as a polyester label, works well in a variety of conditions, such as warm containers and freezer storage. 617 Material Spec Sheet


826  Laser Acid Free Paper Tags – Incredibly durable white tags with no adhesive backing. Tags are typically situated by hanging or tying.  Excellent tear, weather, and chemical resistance. Ideal choice for botanical and horticultural collections. 826 Material Spec Sheet


Create your custom order or request help:

Our award-winning customer service team is ready to assist and help find a solution. Let us help choose the right material, provide custom quotes, send free samples, and answer anything involving labeling and barcoding.

We’re the Label Experts, and we’re here to help

1-800-535-6987 or fill out our help form.

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