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Raylenth    2,727

Has anyone ever come across a display case/protector for scripts?  I've found one but it's quite expensive when you add delivery and am struggling to find anything else.  I don't want to use a box frame as I'd like to be able to take it out so I'm looking for something that can sit on a sideboard.

There's a jewellery display case on Amazon that would work but I wanted something more like the below.

http://scriptdisplaycase.com/

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RomeroSavini    346

Ohhh they look nice!  Never thought of framing/displaying something like that. You may have me thinking now, more cash to splash I dont have haha

 

I will try to peek about as well on the interwebs, as yes they aint cheap, but I guess they seem pretty nice looking. 

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Raylenth    2,727

Lol, I paid a lot for my script so I want to display it rather than just put it in a cupboard but finding something suitable is a challenge!  Framing isn't a good option because it would be hard to put the script in there so that it will be rigid without sagging down and my framers said a box frame with a hinged door wouldn't really be doable.

I may have to give in and buy the one I linked :lol:

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RomeroSavini    346

Yup all these things we love and own gathering dust unseen kills me. We need them there to admire like art on walls I say.

But as you say you may have to go to these guys, as I have never seen such a display online before for sale - so they cannot be all over. Mind you ironically I have seen them countless times in tv shows and films, sadly we cannot ask them where them props were from haha

 

But you have me thinking about what to put in one of these, so hats off to ya :-D

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Raylenth    2,727

There's lots of stuff out there for displaying models and sports equipment, just not this. :(

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natedammit    772

I don't get it. It looks kinda rubbish to me. A plastic box propped up a couple of inches. 

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Raylenth    2,727
5 minutes ago, natedammit said:

I don't get it. It looks kinda rubbish to me. A plastic box propped up a couple of inches. 

Pretty much.  If you were helpful like a care bear should be you might suggest something better.  And better doesn't mean 'tearing it up and using it for fire lighters' or anything.

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natedammit    772

Well I was thinking wrap it in clingfilm and nail it to the wall.

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Raylenth    2,727
7 minutes ago, natedammit said:

Well I was thinking wrap it in clingfilm and nail it to the wall.

Well it would be the cheaper option, though hipsters might think it either avant-garde or declasse so it'll be loved or hated by equal measures.

1 minute ago, natedammit said:

But then that's my solution to most problems.

And it probably works a lot of the time as well, though it does leave some rather obvious evidence hanging around.

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Queen_Sindel    3,328
13 minutes ago, natedammit said:

But then that's my solution to most problems.

I'll keep that in mind. We may need to nail fluffy bears to the wall eventually. :firedevil:

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natedammit    772
32 minutes ago, Queen_Sindel said:

I'll keep that in mind. We may need to nail fluffy bears to the wall eventually. :firedevil:

Is that a threat or a promise?

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