The history of these film negative wallets stretches back to the Minox Riga times; designed to send the developed negatives back to the clients, or used to archive one’s Minox film negatives. Made initially from celluloid sheet, it was later (after the war) produced from clear hard plastic, marked Minox. The history of these items is an interesting one, and lots of models, materials, logos and inscriptions were changed over the years, but the wallet remained essentially the same useful item for a Minox collector or user: to store precious negatives.
This wallet here is made by Jimmy LI, and is produced from polycarbonate sheet, with 4 rows x 10 frames negative strips. It is a sturdy wallet, and if you come by some, you are in luck. It is not, obviously, marked Minox or anything like that, but otherwise is almost the same film negative wallet Minox used to produce back in the day.