Pictured are two prototypes I had made for graded card displays that can standalone on desks or shelves or for wall hanging.
They feature the same UV protected acrylic that house famous paintings in museums. This material is heavy and costs a fortune. If you have to ask the price, you can’t afford them lol (but figure in the 30.00usd area)
I especially wanted them to be quick in and out for easy collection rotation.
They are one piece blocks with no fold outs etc. I’m thinking of making them for 1, 2, or 3 cards.
Does that mean 1 slab for 1 card is 30.00 usd?
Does it means the 2 slab piece you are showing is 30.00 usd?
Or does it mean something else entirely because 30.00 usd is not that much in my opinion when protecting a prized card worth excess of several hundred dollars. I would put my PSA 10 Grand party in that bad boy.
Lastly, does dust get in the top? Maybe a flap on top t prevent it? Even something simple like a piece of paper or loose plastic flap. Might not really matter if the cards are in a sleeve already anyway, but dust could settle inside the case then.
Great idea! This is very common in the reef and marine aquarium community if you have a tank with one of the sides of the aquarium against a wall. They usually paint the back black or if the tank is acrylic they have the sheet that will face the wall in black.
Very interesting ideas above. A black back would cut some cost cause it would eliminate one sheet of that expensive acrylic.
The top is open but not sure how big of a problem that is or if there’s an easy fix that can be done by the end user.
Joe…That was a general number. Not sure where it’ll acturally be.