Toy Displays & Storage

Check out the very cool Ultarama Diorama Display

Display Case

I was looking for a way to hang the carded figures on the wall when I ran across this holder at a toy show. The case is made from Plexiglas and is very nice. The black bottom slides out, you slip the card into it, being careful to slip it under the small tabs along the sides and pop the bottom back in. It even has a very nice device on the back so you can hang it on the wall with a nail or drywall screw (best). They cost between $8 and $12 or so each depending on your order size.

To address the really deep figures, such as the Destroyer Droid, and some of the Episode II toys, the Starcase 2 was released.

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Blue Sabers
Toy Case

Wal-Mart once sold these nifty adjustable cases that fit action figures quite nicely. About $3.76 each. These came from the fishing tackle department.

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