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Leatherette Diploma Frame

Posted By: diplomacoversource

Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2022

Price: $9.00

Mobile: +86 0571-86689571

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https://www.diplomacoversource.com/products/leatherette-diploma-frame.html



Features:


Measurements: 10-¾" x 13"; holds your 8-½" x 11" certificate, photo, or document
Orientation: portrait, landscape
Frame style: paper certificate frames
Placement style: horizontally, vertically, wall mounted
Leatherette colors: black, navy blue, burgundy, forest green and royal blue
Accent: leatherette frame with gold accents
Clear acetate overlay protects your document
Custom certificate frames are available


Leatherette certificate frame are an easy way to display your diploma, certificate, photograph, or document. The cheap diploma frames are paper cardboard construction, so it is cost-saved for your hard work earned awards. The professional golden foil stamping trim around the edge of each side will highlight your valued diploma. On the back of the frame, you will find an easel backer, it is ready to hang on wall or display your achievement on table horizontally or vertically. If you are boring a traditional American style leatherette frame, as a diploma holder manufacturer, we are also able to design UK diploma frames with clear acetate sleeve protecting your award. We stock 5 regular colors for your choices, if you have any special requirement for the leatherette color, please kindly let us know, we will customize your own color. The viewable window size is about 8" x10.5" , a little smaller than the certificate size itself.


Shipping Method: Sea freight, air freight, Courier shipping service will be the choices.


Shipping Time: We have a vast selection of shipping method, no matter what is your need date, we are able to use difference vehicles to ship to your door by airplane, ocean ship, express, or both of them.


Trade Terms: FOB, DDU and DDP.
Payment Terms: Bank transfer is our favorite choice due to its fast, safe and convenience.30% deposit before production is required, the balance payment can be transferred before shipment. For old customers, balance payment can be done before cargo reaching the port. Some of our customers like to use Western Union for small order that is also acceptable.



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