Autographed Signed Script Display Case , Black Base


Autographed Signed Script Display Case , Black Base

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Autographed Signed Script Display Case , Black Base :
$25




NEW! Collectible Autographed Signed Script Display Case

TABLETOP ACRYLIC SCRIPT DISPLAY CASE

Black Base with Clear Cover

Scripts in pictures are NOT included.

Our Patented Display Case will allow you to show off your prize collectible Script. The tapered cover draws the eye to the Script while theraised black base displays the script for optimum viewing. The base includes a ridge line to keep the script centered on the base. There are 4 additional ridges that keep the cover centered over the base.

The dimensions of the display caseis 13.25 inches long, 11.25 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall at highest point.

The display will fitall standard scripts and standard magazines.

The tabletop display case weights approximately 3lbs and is made from acrylic. It is easily cleaned and maintained. Use a lint free cloth with windex or similar product to clean smudges and dust from the display

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Autographed Signed Script Display Case , Black Base :
$25

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