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Linen Texture Diploma Cover

Posted By: diplomacoversource

Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2022

Price: $9.00

Mobile: +86 0571-86689571

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https://www.diplomacoversource.com/products/linen-texture-diploma-cover.html



Features


Royal blue linen certificate holders and cardboard certificate holders with high-quality regular leatherette exterior
One white cardstock inside lining panel
It measures 8.5" x10.5" to fit 8”x10” diploma
Gold foil stamping logo on the front of the cover
One acetate protector overlay on your diploma
Tent style to display your diploma horizontally
4 white satin ribbon corners
None of the foam padding
Custom-made Is Accepted


With fantastically affordable prices and a vast range of options, Shengzhong Covers is a leading expert in the certificate file holder industry with more than 20 years of production and customer service experience. We have the resources and expertise to add highly personalized options like die engraving, foil stamping, silk screen printing, craftsmanship etchings and blind embossing to your cardboard certificate holders for a truly unique appearance. These royal blue certificate holders are cost-saving due to its non padded foaming, if you have a limited budget in your graduation program, it will be the most convenient way for you to get your certificate protected. Royal blue is one of the most popular colors for schools and universities, but we have other stock colors such as forest green, red, burgundy and the most common used black certificate holders. We pride ourselves on delivering courtesy, custom and rapid customer service.


Shipping Method: Our cargo can be shipped out by sea, air, courier shipping.


Shipping Time: Sea shipping is the most economy cost saving way for delivering goods. It takes about 7-10 days to Asia countries,15-30days to North America, about 30 days to Europe, and 45-60 days to Africa. lf you want to save time on shipping, air shipping, and FedEx, DHL would be the choice.


Trade Terms: FOB or other trade terms per your request.


Payment Terms: We usually accept wire transfer for the deposit before placing the order, and balance payment can be wired before shipment or after we send the copy of B/L.


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