Item #: 296194 | Model #: 57511
Oxford® Twin-Pocket Portfolio, Red
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Oxford® Twin-Pocket Portfolio, Red

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  • 100 sheet capacity
  • Red
  • 25 per box
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Oxford® Twin-Pocket Portfolio, Red
Product Description
Esselte Oxford 2-Pocket folder in red color features generous pockets inside front and back covers to hold up to 100 letter-size sheets.

Esselte Oxford 2-Pocket folder made of sturdy leatherette stock resists tearing. Folder features business card holder on inside front pocket for instant personalization and is sold as 25 folders per box.

  • 100 sheet capacity
  • Red
  • 25 per box
  • Leatherette-grained stock
  • Two pockets hold loose documents, charts, reports, and more
  • Convenient business card holder on inside front pocket
  • Plain front
  • Holds 8 1/2" x 11" sheets
  • Leatherette grain stock with twin pockets to hold all your papers
  • Reinforced pockets resist tearing
  • Holds 100 sheets (50 per pocket)
  • 10% post-consumer content
  • Includes die-cut business card holder
  • 8-1/2x11" letter size
Specifications
Color Family Red
Paper Size Letter
Pocket Folder Pack Size 20 to 29
Capacity (Number of pages) 100
Sheet Width (Inches) 8.5
Sheet Length (Inches) 11
Post Consumer Content (%) 10
Recycled Content (%) 25
Pocket Folder Type Portfolio
Pocket Folder Material Cardstock
# of Pockets 2 Pockets
True Color Red
Series or Collection Oxford
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