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Mini-fig display

Post  Uniblab on Tue Mar 29, 2011 3:03 pm

I have 2 very special mini-figs which I currently keep in little zip-lock bags. However, I would like to find something to put them in for display. Something to make them stand out and protect them too.

Any ideas?

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Re: Mini-fig display

Post  bas157 on Tue Mar 29, 2011 11:03 pm

should not be too hard to find some kind of little plastic or glass food container that you can turn upside after removing the label. Maybe a spice container? You can use bricks to hide the lid, which would actually be the base when upside down. First thought was a tic-tac container, but I think that would be a little small, but something along those lines....

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Re: Mini-fig display

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Re: Mini-fig display

Post  Cale on Tue Mar 29, 2011 11:31 pm


These are also available in the US from ME Models.

http://www.me-models.com/

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Re: Mini-fig display

Post  Uniblab on Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:01 am

Thanks Joel and Cale. That is pretty much what I'm looking for.

The food or Tic-Tac containers, though good ideas, just won't cut it for these very special mini-figs.

I'll need to come up with a good display to go with those little cases to highlight the official engraved mini-figs of Keld and Jorgen (CEO). Perhaps a mosaic of the LEGO logo behind them. Maybe I can get a picture of the headquarters building and have Tommy Armstrong print it on a large panel to put between them.

I'm open to ideas if anyone has suggestions. Or help with the mosaic.


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