Model Display Case w/ Acrylic Lift-Off Top & Black Base w/ Removable Riser
Collectible Display Case That Holds A Mini Helmet
Common Size (w x h x d): 9" x 6" x 6"
12" x 12" x 12" 14" x 14" x 14" 15" x 11" x 11" 29" x 11" x 11"
  • Lift-Off Acrylic Top Allows Easy Access
  • Removable Round Riser for Increased Visibility
  • Black Base Provides High Contrast for Conents


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Mini Helmet Display Case with Lift Off Acrylic Top

This mini helmet display case is a perfect showcase for sports team specialty memorabilia, autographed items, models, collectibles and other treasured items. Each clear acrylic holder's simple design features a black base with a 9"w x 6"h x 6"d top that lifts off for easy access. This versatile football helmet display case is a great choice for retail and specialty stores, galleries, institutions and of course private collectors. Schools, clubs, libraries, museums and more will find this size non-locking display to be ideal for various size autographed items from miniature sports team accessories to books to antiques and more. This non-locking helmet display case is designed for desk, shelf or tabletop display and comes with a clear acrylic riser. The easy-access lift-off design protects treasured collectibles from dust or damage while allowing full visibility.

Overall Size: 9-5/8"w x 7-1/8"h x 6-5/8"d
Inside Size: 9"w x 6"h x 6"d
Weight: 4 lbs.


GTIN 810878029627
Overall Width x Height x Depth 9.6" x 7.1" x 6.6"
Weight 4.0lbs
Material Acrylic
Placement Style Counter/Tabletop
Loading or Door Style Lift-Off Top
Color Clear, Black
Inside Width x Height x Depth 9.0" x 6.0" x 6.0"
Common Size (w x h x d) 9" x 6" x 6"

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