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JAM Paper® File Box, Letter Size, 12 x 9 1/2 x 2 1/4, Brown Kraft, Sold Individually (9039BR)

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Item #: 901-361784JAM
  Model #: 9039BR
Brand: Jam Paper
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JAM Paper® File Box, Letter Size, 12 x 9 1/2 x 2 1/4, Brown Kraft, Sold Individually (9039BR)
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JAM Paper® File Box measuring 12" x 9 1/2" x 2 1/4" comes in brown color and is perfect for storing letters and other papers. JAM Paper® Brown Kraft Paper File Boxes is perfect for organizing your important and keep-worthy papers both at the office and in your home. With their natural, earthy brown color and metal lines edges, these boxes both match and compliment any decor and fit in with both casual and professional settings. Each on is made of sturdy chipboard and is about 9 x 12 x 2 inches in size. The sleek and compact design of this box allows it to fit easily on tables, desks and shelves. Keep them or drawers or stack them with books or other boxes. Save yourself from the danger and hassle of office and household surfaces becoming cluttered with papers! Stop losing those cards and documents that you meant to keep and find later. Store your papers in this handy and fashionable box. (Sold Individually)
  • Box type: Two piece
  • Finish: Smooth
  • Brown box made from recycled Kraft chipboard and it is ideal for storing letters and other papers
Specifications
Color Family : Brown True Color : Brown Storage Lid Type : Lift Off File Storage Strength Rating : Standard Strength (up to 500 lb.)
File Storage Type : Boxes File Folder Size : Letter Brand : Jam Paper Customizable : No
Weight : 0.50 lbs. per Each

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