Inline2 Graded Comic Book Frame
The Inline2 Graded Comic Book Frame is the newest addition to our line of Graded Comic Book Frames.
This wood frame is CNC machined for consistent accuracy and is cut from one solid piece of material! Not pieced together with glue, screws or nails like other frames, what does this mean for you?....DURABILITY!
The heavy duty Black Powder Coat finish is another characteristic that makes our frames extra special! No dry or rough edges, no chemical off-gassing from paint, just a baked on durable and beautiful high quality finish on high quality frames for your high quality comic books!
Our own rear load design makes removal and switching your books simple and quick and the swivel tabs snap into place in the back to hold your slabs securely in the frame.
Two integrated keyhole slots routed into the back of the frame make for safe and secure hanging points from simple screws or nails in your wall.
Remember if you’re looking for extra protection for your book check out the Museum Edition Inline2 Graded Book Frame, it comes with a UV Blocking crystal clear acrylic fronts to protect your graded comic books while on display!
***In 2015 we modified our Graded Comic Book Frames (again) to better fit the New CGC Slabs. As you may well know CGC changed to a new slab design that was a little thicker than their previous model. We increased the depth of the pocket in our frames as much as we possibly can to help accommodate the new thicker slabs.
These Graded Comic Book Frames are specifically designed to fit any Standard Sized(.5"-.55") CGC/CBCS/PGXSlabs, they are not designed to fit the thicker(.75") cases used for Giant Size, King Size, most Golden Age and Annual comic books. If you have a graded comic book in a thick slab, like a Giant Size X-Men #1, check out our Graded Golden Age Comic Book Frame designed to hold these slabs.
Graded Inline4 overall dimensions are:
19.25" wide by 15" tall by .75" thick
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Looks great. If your getting a slab it yourself kit know it fits rather loosely in this frame