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Military Certificate 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/military-certificate-cover.html



Features


Black smooth leatherette bound material
Two white cardstock interior panels on both sides
It measures 9" x11.5" folded size to fit 8.5" x11" certificate
Gold foil stamping of military school
One acetate protector sleeve to secure military diploma
Tent style to showcase your diploma horizontally
4 white satin ribbon corners
3mm foam padding


This black military diploma cases can help protect your diploma. Whether you use a diploma cover, military certificate holder, or an award holder, it's imperative that you protect what you have earned. These are made from premium stock smooth leatherette bound material and the corners have satin ribbons to add that special touch. Our entire diploma covers have 3mm foam padding inside and white cardboard panels, for a basic white cardboard lining panel is the cheapest way to frame your military awards. They measure 8 ½ inches by 11 inches and open on the long hinge. Your military school logo and name text can be stamped in gold foil just like the pictures; you can also choose stylish silver stamping as an alternative to the boring shiny gold. Contact us for a factory-direct price with no middle man. To be a member of an Army will be supreme honor for whom in any country around the worldwide. Once you are graduation from Army school, you should be rewarded by a valued graduate certificate that needs to be protected by our military certificate cover.


Shipping Method: You can choose sea shipping, air shipping or express to deliver your cargo based on your specific need date.


Shipping Time: Express shipping is the fastest way to ship, but it is costly. If there is no tight schedule for the graduation ceremony, sea shipping would be the best choice to save cost.


Trade Terms: FOB, CIF.


Payment Terms: We can accept down payment via bank transfer, the balance can be paid after we send the copy of bill f lading. Some customers like to use PayPal to get payment done that is also fine.


We also offer college certificate frames for clients, if you have needs, please contact us.



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