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Oxford Twin Portfolio Folders, Yellow, 25/Box (OXF 57509)

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Item #: 901-57509
  Model #: 57509
Brand: Oxford
Oxford Twin Portfolio Folders, Yellow, 25/Box (OXF 57509)
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Qty 1-4 5-9 10+
Price $19.99 $18.99 $17.99
Qty. Savings 5% 10%
Price per each: $0.80 $0.76 $0.72
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Subscription Price $18.99 $18.04 $17.09
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Description
Take documents on the go easily with this box of 25 Oxford letter-size yellow twin pocket folders. Improve paperwork organization with these yellow twin-pocket folders. The die-cut holders provide quick access to business cards, while the yellow color makes it simple to designate and categorize files. These Oxford letter size folders have two pockets, both of which hold up to 50 sheets of paper, so you can easily keep lengthy contracts, manuals, and other documents in one convenient place.
  • Portfolio folders are made of yellow textured paper stock for extra durability
  • Features two pockets to store papers, brochures, and more
  • Holds standard letter-size paper
  • 25 folders per box is enough for almost any project
  • Contains 10% recycled fiber with 10% post consumer fiber
  • A business card holder adds an extra professional touch to each folder
  • 100-sheet capacity allows for convenient organization of loose papers
Specifications
Paper Size : Letter # of Pockets : 2 Pockets Color Family : Yellow Pocket Folder Pack Size : 20 to 29
Pocket Folder Type : Portfolio Pocket Folder Material : Leatherette Stock Brand : Oxford Customizable : No
Weight : 2.60 lbs. per Box

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