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Guide to "How Much 78 Packing + Shipping Material do I Need?"

Bubble wrap is scored every foot, for every 13x13x13 brown box of 78s you will need
Approx 25-30 ft. of bubble wrap for every 13x13x13 brown box
8 sheets for 11" x 11" u-line white Clamshell boxes (2 sheets around every five 78s, twenty 78s in a box); 6 sheets for the bottom of the
13x13x13 brown box; 6 sheets for the top of the 13x13x13 brown box; 6 sheets (3 on each side) of the 13x13x13 brown box

White boxes. TWENTY 78s discs in a 11" x 11" u-line white Clamshell box. ONE white Clamshell box for evey 20 discs
13x13x13 brown box. 4 white boxes fit snugly. Each 13x13x13 brown box holds 80 78rpm discs. One brown box for every 80 discs

Odds and ends - very approximate

Approx 80 - 90 12" 78s will fit into a 13x13x13 brown box. Bubble wrap approx 10 sheets (10')
Approx 15-20 10" 78 albums will fit into a 13x13x13 brown box. Depends on how many discs in an album.
Approx 15-20 12" 78 albums will fit into a 13x13x17 brown box. Depends on how many discs in an album.

 

Audio Preservation + Packing and Shipping Supplies

On hand audio supplies are located on green shelves at Florida warehouse.

 
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