‣ Superior Craftsmanship ~ 4 shelves securely hold 48 baseballs in acrylic cubes in place.
‣ Eye-Catching ~ Fitting for all baseball fans. Cabinet design with black felt background, the perfect contrast for showing off a collection of memorable baseballs.
‣ Quality ~ Handcrafted in solid, furniture-grade, beech hardwood with an elegant finish.
‣ Secure ~ Brass latches to ensure the security of your collection.
‣ Protective ~ 98% UV protection door to safeguard your baseballs from fading.
‣ Ready-to-Use ~ Fully assembled, with wall mounting hardware included.
*Baseballs and acrylic cubes shown in photos not included.
Hand-made from imported Australian beech wood. This furniture-grade 48 Baseball Acrylic Cubes Display Case is of beautiful design and construction, very detailed and attractive, but also very affordable. The perfect way to display the memorable balls that you have collected.
This unique display case features a black felt fabric background that creates a stunning contrast with your baseball ball. The case comes with a 98% UV Coated plexiglass door to protect your balls from fading. A must-have!
The display case is completed with brass hinges, door latch, and installed heavy-duty wall hanging hardware (balls and acrylic cubes are not included).
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I have 8 of the 20 ball holders and thought the 48 ball holder would better hold a series of auto'd baseballs I was putting together but did not like that it was called an "Acrylic Cubes Display Case Cabinet" because I prefer the notched bottom that does not require "Acrylic Cubes". I contacted SFDisplay and told them I prefer the notched bottom and was told by the sales rep' that they were just like the others I have purchased (notched bottom). Hearing this I thought good, I do not need the Acrylic Cubes. They were wrong with the information they provided me. I would have returned it but 1.) I hate returning items, 2.) It is big - so a pain to pack and take to ship. So, I thought about it for a few days and came up with a modified way to use it. I could have purchased the modified way for $112 and saved almost $100 plus eliminated the cost of the cubes.