<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:EZ-Turn™ Ring
1" Capacity: 175 pages
1.5" Capacity: 375 pages
2" Capacity: 500 pages
Gap Free™ ring prevents gapping and misalignment
Bill of Rights French Constitution of 1795. The Constitution of 22 August 1795 (also known as the Constitution of the Year III, or the Constitution of 5 Fructidor) was a national constitution of France ratified by the National Convention on 22 August 1795 (5 Fructidor of the Year III under the French Revolutionary Calendar) during the French Revolution. It established the Directory, and remained in effect until the coup of 18 Brumaire (9 November 1799) effectively ended the Revolution and began the ascendancy of Napoleon Bonaparte. It was more conservative than the abortive democratic French Constitution of 1793. The Constitution of 1795 established a liberal republic with a franchise based on the payment of taxes, similar to that of the French Constitution of 1791; a bicameral legislature, (Council of Ancients, and a Council of 500) to slow down the legislative process; and a five-man Directory. The central government retained great power, including emergency powers to curb freedom of the press and freedom of association. It was succeeded by the Constitution of the Year VIII, which established the Consulate.