Hahnemühle Offers Three Portfolio Boxes

Hahnemühle Offers Three Portfolio Boxes


Crystal Lake, IL—Hahnemühle FineArt is offering a new “elegant portfolio box with a refined linen look that is well suited for high-quality presentations and storing of fine art prints,” the company announced.

The black portfolio box is completely produced from acid-free, archival materials according to the requirements of the Photographic Activity Test (PAT). The portfolio box’s textured cover material is made of 100% cotton that was refined through an environmentally friendly, acrylic coating designed to provide a durable surface.
hahnemuhle-logoThe limited edition print portfolio boxes include 50 sheets of FineArt inkjet paper in A3+. Hahnemühle FineArt is offering the box in three versions: Photo Rag 308; high-gloss FineArt Baryta; and also the semigloss FineArt Baryta Satin.

In addition, every Hahnemühle FineArt portfolio box comes with 50 interleaf sheets made of acid-free glassine paper to protect fine art prints from scratches and abrasions. Furthermore, the boxes come with a certificate of authenticity with holograms and one pair of Hahnemühle gloves.

Hahnemühle’s 13×19-inch portfolio boxes have the following reference numbers: Photo Rag® 308, 10 640 175; FineArt Baryta, 10 640 176; and FineArt Baryta Satin, 10640 177.


Established in 1584, Hahnemühle’s main areas of business are the production and marketing of high-quality papers for photographers, artists and the graphics industry. They provide papers both for traditional techniques (Traditional FineArt) and digital methods (Digital FineArt). In addition, the company develops and manufactures special papers for filtration and technical applications. Worldwide, Hahnemühle has 180 employees in its Dassel, Germany, headquarters; Norwich, United Kingdom; Paris, France; Crystal Lake, Illinois, USA; and Beijing, China. hahnemuehle.com