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Leatherette Certificate Tube

Posted By: diplomacoversource

Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2022

Price: $9.00

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Features:


Dimension: 4.5cm outer diameter x 32.0cm outer length
Fist A4 and 8.5" x11" diploma
Made from high-quality lap labeled leatherette
Stock more than 10 regular colors
Foil blocking of double gold circles
Gold foil stamping of your logo, emblem or crest
Split 10.0cm lid and 22.0cm base design
Custom leatherette certificate tube is available


We have been in certificate presentation tubes business more than 20 years, with are willing and it would be great honor to help you with all of your packaging needs. As a customer-oriented manufacturer of high quality paper tubes, whether you need a handful of custom-designed prototypes, or a truckload of production run on a short lead time, we are able produce it.


Our certificate tube holder is a great way to preserve your valued diplomas, certificates, scrolls, awards and commendations. The outer tubes are made from premium leatherette, with a luxury two piece design, you can choose smooth and textured grain. We have more than 10 colors in stock, but custom colors are available. Commonly, we split it with 10cm lid and 22cm base, but some customers like to use other dimension, for example 14cm screw cap plus 18cm bottom design, any size would be ok. Just e-mail us through sales@diplomacoversource.com , more design of leather scroll case will be sent for your reference.


Shipping Method: There is the variety of shipping method for you to choose, you can choose ocean freight to cut down your cost, but more time will be paid during the shipping. You can choose air freight to shorten the lead time with a higher shipping freight. Sometime courier shipping such as FedEx, UPS, DHL, SF Express will be the easiest handling way.


Trade Terms: FOB and other terms per request.
Payment Terms: Nowadays, more and more people like to use bank transfer for paying money due to its fast and convenient, except T/T for the deposit and balance payment. We can also accept L/C, PayPal, Western Union. And for customers we have served many years, we can even accept O/A payment terms.


If you need college certificate frames, please contact us.



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