27 x 41 Movie Poster Frame for Wall, Snap Open, 32mm Profile - Silver
Media Size: 27" x 41"12" x 24" 13" x 19" 16" x 20" 18" x 24" 20" x 30" 22" x 28" 22" x 56" 24" x 36" 27" x 40" 30" x 40" 36" x 48" 40" x 60"
- Snaps Open and Closed
- For Indoor Use
- Protective Plastic Lens
- Holds 27"x41" Movie Posters
Metal Snap Open Frames (Silver)
Poster frames such as these metal snap open frames work well as advertisements or in store displays. These metal snap open frames are ideal for quick graphic changes and easy access to your poster. The four anodized aluminum sides "snap" open and closed to grip the image securely inside. These particular metal snap open frames hold vintage size movie posters, which are slightly longer than contemporary movie posters, and other 27"x41" sized posters. The snap open frames are great poster holders for a movie buff or collector. They also are great sign frames for print ads or other signs of the same size.
You can buy snap open frames from our warehouse to display in an indoor environment. And, with the protective covering made from PVC plastic, your poster remains unharmed. The plastic lens is clear, water resistant and non-glare.
The metal snap open frames include wall mounting screws. In this way, you can mount the poster displays to a wall with no hassle. Such display frames as the metal snap open frames are an attractive, yet easy advertising mechanism for your hotel, theatre, or retail store.
|Overall Width x Height||28.8" x 42.8"|
|Viewable Width x Height||26.0" x 40.0"|
|Placement Style||Wall Mounted|
|Media Size||27" x 41"|
|Loading or Door Style||Snap-Open|
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Overall 4.75 out of 5 | 4 reviews
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Great frames; hard to hang
First time trying this Snap Frame.
Better than I expected
My movie poster (What's New ********) fit within a couple millimetres on each edge, to my delight.
The protective lens, I have to agree, does NOT appear to have a protective film of its own, contrary to the instructions. To ease concern over loss of contrast, be sure to ease folds and wrinkles out of your poster first. The goal is full contact everywhere between lens and poster.
Bonus is that it appears that I can quickly disassemble and cut down either dimension to a custom size and reassemble (but I have a special blade for aluminum and a German mitre saw).
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