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BROCHURE SET| standing double sided

BROCHURE SET| standing double sided

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BROCHURE SET| standing double sided

  • Product Code: BROCH-STD
  • Availability: In Stock

The literature display stand has eight double acrylic pockets that can hold almost any size pamphlet and literature.

The deep pockets of this acrylic literature display stand allows you to collocate the magazines and standart size literature while the four pockets on both sides are drawing attention of the people passing by on either side.

This literature display stand can also hold the large format catalogs or even heavier literature from books to manuals and on in addition to that, the acrylic literature display stand has a support arm to prevent the heavy weight from pressing down the shelves.

With its "channel" design this acrylic brochure display stand frees you from the limited standart designs and allows you to adjust the shelves according to your own taste and need.

Please note that this acrylic literature display stand is designed only for indoors use. Transparent shelves are made of 3/16 inch (4 mm) acrylic. Knocned down light weight delivery provided with fixing set.

  • Designed to keep 6 to 32 brochures at the same time.
  • It can be used in; stores, galleries, banks and various other locations.
  • 4 wheels are optional, not included in the original pack. When used with 4 wheels it can be easily moved.
  • This brochure display stand is double-faced model.
  • Transparent shelves are made of 3/16 inch (4 mm) acrylic.
  • The leg is made from aluminum.
  • Product is packed disassembled with an easy-to-understand instruction sheet & fixing set.


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New York Blackboard is a design manufacturer with nearly 70 years experience serving visual communicators in and around the New York Metropolitan Area and country. We began in the 1940's supplying and crafting many of the beautiful chalkboards seen in older schools.