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Hobart Financial Group Slip-In Photo Folder

Hobart Financial Group Slip-In Photo Folder (Front View)


Hobart 5x7 Cardboard Photo Folder (Front Open View)


Slip-In Photo Folders by Hobart Financial Group (Inside Right View)


Hobart Financial Group Paper Photo Folder (Inside View)


About Design

This slip-in photo folder from the Hobart Financial Group, a professional wealth management firm in Charlotte, NC, allows them to display a photograph in style. The front cover features their company logo in a professional dark navy blue, while an inspirational quote borders the framed pocket inside. The size allows it to hold any 5×7 photograph.

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Print Specifications

Portrait 5
Portrait 5" x 7" Paper Photo Folder

Size Closed: 6 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Size Open: 13" x 8 1/2"
Print Method (Side 1): 3 Foil Areas

Print Method (Side 2): Blank
Stock: 80lb Sandstone Felt
Coatings: None
Slits: None


Additional Information:

Non-Metallic Navy Foil


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