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Article about: How do you attach the medals? Pins, thread? I want to start designing a display for my medals and I'm wondering how you attach them to the board or foam you display them on. Thanks, Tzipi

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    I simply use the Riker display cases for now, they're cheap and don't look that bad.

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    I put a layer of bubble wrap under the foam in my display frames which provides gentle pressure against the glass to hold the awards in place.

    If the award has a pin I try to pierce the foam backing to provide extra security.

    If the award has a ribbon then a small cut in the backing foam allows the ribbon to be inserted and folded to the rear of the foam backing.

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    I would never have thought about the bubble wrap. And I'll check out the Riker cases.
    Glenn lovely displays

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    How do you protect your stuff from the acids in the framing materials? r/ Tom

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    I have a very small collection of relic medals and badges but wanted to display them in a nice way. Since Im on a strict budget I bought some Riker cases which I think does the job.

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    Nicely done
    gregM
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    Quote by inka View Post
    I have a very small collection of relic medals and badges but wanted to display them in a nice way. Since Im on a strict budget I bought some Riker cases which I think does the job.
    I like Riker mounts myself!
    I only make my own when the Rikers are not large enough.
    Ralph.
    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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