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Buying VHS Boxes

As you would know VHS boxes are specially made boxes for the protection of VHS cassettes. Although the format has been replaced by DVD, they still remain in many vintage collectors hearts. Modern VHS boxes have been inspired by...

As you would know VHS boxes are specially made boxes for the protection of VHS cassettes. Although the format has been replaced by DVD, they still remain in many vintage collectors hearts. Modern VHS boxes have been inspired by the primal counterpart, the VHS wings (a.k.a. boxes made out of cardboard). Usually the title and summary of the content, sometimes accompanied by significant pictures are printed on the cover.

The modern VHS are generally hard, plastic cases which are equipped with parts that hold the cassette in place inside the case. The material generally ranges from opaque to semi-translucent textures. The top is generally coated by a transparent cellophane-type film slit at the top and bottom.

Like its predecessors, they too have a printed information on the top. However, in this case, the literature is not directly printed on the cover, it is printed on a separate piece of paper which is sized such as it can be slit into the cellophane envelope. A typical VHS Box literature consists of a synopsis regarding the contents at the back along with information about its production rights and copyrights.

The front cover is generally pictorial so as to make the package attractive along with the registered name of the production within which is usually printed in bold lettering. The interior is generally plain, apart from molded holders which are there to hold the video cassette in place.

Although the VHS Box had a pretty big market during the early and mid nineties, its production and usage has declined since the inception of Compact Disks(CDs) and more recently DVDs and Blue-Rays, which due to its structural difference, require different packaging. Thus, designing VHS Boxes is more or less a lost art now.

If you do require any or are a collector, your best option to find old cases are either garage sales or perhaps using the recourses available online. There are heap of websites that sell them so take a look around and you'll snag many bargains.

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