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Old 03-04-2007, 12:40 PM   #1  
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Default Stamp Archive / Filing System

I have gone from wooden mount stamps to storing them on EZ Mount and keeping them in CD cases. I had purchased some of the EZ Mount divider cling "things" (industry term huh?) but after reading this board, decided against storing them on that and keeping them in CD cases instead of storing them vertically in binders.

So now, my question is how do I create a filing archive system so that I have -- at my fingertips -- what stamps I have and where to find them? Anyone want to offer up their pearls of wisdom so that I don't have to recreate the wheel? I'd love someone's advice.

I'm interested in someone labels their cds numerically and then stores on paper numerically what each set is, what it's called, etc. or if you just stamp them and keep them stored alphabetically.... or both somehow... or by theme..???? HELP!

Thanks in advance!

P.S. I thought I'd replied to an earlier thread about going unmounted but I can't seem to find the post so my apologies if this is a duplicate to another one I posted.
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