Concluding the series of posts on spares boxes, I now present my (superficially at least) well organised decal box. After many years of slinging them in a big box, and then having to rummage through a load of junk when looking for anything, I finally adopted the system in use today.
The box has been in my possession for about 20 years and was originally for the storage of 8x5 inch index cards - back in the distant days before widespread computer use...
In the box I have retained the (original) dividers to separate the decals into categories - such as 'White numbers & letters', 'RAF markings' and so on.
The decals are kept in small plastic bags. This (theoretically) means that if I need, say, WW2 German number plates or British divisional insignia then I need only rummage through the contents of a single bag.