<p>Create eye-catching Avery Custom Signature Binders for home or office. Design unique wedding albums, recipe books and photo albums. Showcase your business with custom client binders, proposals and reports. 3-Ring binders include full-bleed, photo-quality printing on the front, back and spine, and 4 pockets. The Avery Signature 1" Binder comes in two different ring types.</p>
Full-color, photo-quality printing.
Holds 175 pages with EZ-Turn™ Rings or 275 pages with 1 Touch™ EZD™ Rings.
Designed for 8.5" x 11" sized paper.
Two additional binder sizes available.
Binder inserts not included.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note this product’s customizable design area measures 10.55" x 11.6". For best results please add 1/4" bleed.
Ring Type:1 Touch™ EZD™ Ring
1" Capacity: 275 pages
1.5" Capacity: 400 pages
2" Capacity: 540 pages
Locking rings open with ease and keep pages secure.
These handsome, high quality binders feature rare historic maps from antiquity. Captured in high detail, you will see how people of the 15th to the 18th century saw their world according to skilled map makers who created detailed surveys aboard the great sailing vessels that circumnavigated the globe.
Fun fact: The Age of Discovery, also known as the Age of Exploration and the Great Navigations, was a period in history starting in the early 15th century and continuing into the early 17th century during which Europeans engaged in intensive exploration of the world, establishing direct contacts with Africa, the Americas, Asia and Oceania and mapping the planet. Historians often refer to the 'Age of Discovery' as the pioneer Portuguese and Spanish long-distance maritime travels in search of alternative trade routes to "the Indies," moved by the trade of gold, silver and spices.
The Age of Discovery is seen as a bridge between the Middle Ages and the Modern era, along with its contemporary Renaissance movement, triggering the early modern period and the rise of European nation-states. Accounts from distant lands and maps spread with the help of the new printing press fed the rise of humanism and worldly curiosity, ushering in a new age of scientific and intellectual inquiry. European overseas expansion led to the rise of colonial empires, with the contact between the Old and New Worlds producing the Columbian Exchange: a wide transfer of plants, animals, foods, human populations (including slaves), communicable diseases, and culture between the Eastern and Western hemispheres, in one of the most significant global events concerning ecology, agriculture, and culture in history. European exploration spanned until accomplishing the global mapping of the world, resulting in a new world-view and distant civilizations acknowledging each other, reaching the most remote boundaries much later.