8.5x11 Sign Stand with Flat Base

SKU CCW-01-012-00157
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  • 8.5"x11"
  • Steel
  • Multiple Colors Available
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$133.00

Product Overview


Accepts a quarter inch thick sign or material
Includes two 8.5x11 Clear Acrylic Inserts at no additional charge, allowing you to easily hold pre-printed acrylic signs or your own paper signs in the frame!

Frame Size: 8.5" x 11"
Weight: 22 lbs.
Height: 45"
Size of base: 14"

Further discounts may apply on large orders. Please contact us for a quote!
Questions? Please contact us toll-free at 877-885-1600 or Sales@CrowdControlWarehouse.com
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JN
02/05/2020
Joel N.
United States United States
Very good quality hardware

Great - very sturdy and versatile.

B
03/27/2019
bailey
nice

overall experience was good.

N
03/26/2019
Norman
Better than I thought

Was happy to see that a regular sheet of paper fits in the stand. Makes life easier!

JS
02/04/2019
John S.
nice sign

ordered the satin stainless steel and the matte finish works well

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