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22x28 Display Bin
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May 2004
I just received a new display bin from Selwyns. It's model number 2130 and holds my 22x28 or 24x24 matted prints perfectly. The best part, as you can see by the instruction sheet I've scanned, is that the five pieces assemble and come apart without having to use tools for easy storage in my van between shows. I paid extra for a set of heavy duty 3" caster wheels so it will even roll on grass. Another bonus is that this model is high enough that people don't have to bend down to look through the pictures or have the pictures get wet from splashing rain. The price was a bargain at $163 plus $60 for the heavy duty wheels. Well worth it for the convenience.

Selwyns 22x30 display bin

Read about the 16x20 (outer mat size) display bin that I built

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Chris Maher
PO Box 5, Lambertville, MI, 48144
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Larry Berman
PO Box 265, Russellton,  PA  15076
412-401-8100

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