Marking special collections and artifacts with museum labels 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 museum labels to many special collections:
- Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology
- International auction houses & movable pieces
- Books in academic and public libraries
- Botanical gardens and horticulture societies
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 *NOTE: Not for Laser or Inkjet Printing
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 *NOTE: Not for Laser or Inkjet Printing
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.
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1-800-535-6987 or fill out our help form.