Poster Frames

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Grady Hollums, Oct 4, 2003.

  1. Grady Hollums

    Grady Hollums Second Unit

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    I am about to buy 3-4 poster frames and I was wondering if anyone has some suggestions on where to get them.

    I am not looking for any expensive or backlit, I would love for it to be accessed from the front, but even that is not necessary except for maybe one of them the rest can just stay the same.

    I have been to Show Off Displays

    But was wondering if there are other places I could go and maybe locally so shipping would not be too bad.

    Thanks for all and any help!
     
  2. Chris White

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    I bought four front-loading snap-open frames from Spotlight Displays and was very happy with the frames and the service. Since you're buying multiple frames, email for a quote and you'll probably get a discount.
     
  3. Nick P

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    If cost is a factor try frameusa.com
     
  4. BradZ

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    I got my cheap frames at Suncoast Movie Company for $19.99 each. Perhaps not the nicest, no lighting or front access, but for the price I can't complain.
     
  5. Robert McLay

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    And if you don't have a Suncoast around, I also got 19.99 poster frames from Media Play. Probably the same quality as the ones from Suncoast.
     

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