Having framed many of the posters that I acquired in my early years as a collector, I eventually ran out of useable (per my wife) wall space. I first turned to flat files, which quickly were filled to capacity, and worse yet, required moving many items if I wanted to get to something near the bottom of a drawer, requiring too much handling of the items at the top of the drawer. For large items, and even for smaller broadsides, handbills and challenges, I now recommend the acid free zipper-top sleeves manufactured by Presentation Systems, at www.presentationsystems.com
- and used by collectors George Daily and Mike Caveney, who turned me on to the product. The company will also sell you a rack, to store the items, two to a sleeve. It allows for easy viewing, economical use of space, and no wear and tear on the items. By the way, Kevin...aren't you due for a visit?