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This wall-mounted display case is ideal for exhibiting special collections and all kinds of decorative objects.

This is a great way to put the spotlight on memorabilia, artifacts, and other special collectibles while at the same time keeping them dust-free.  Made of solid oak, the case has a glass door and can easily be fitted with a lock for added security.

Since this project involves a variety of elementary cabinet-making techniques, it’s a terrific way to build up some basic skills.  One of the biggest advantages of building it yourself is being able to make it whatever size and shape you wish.

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