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    I'm looking for ideas on how to display my first glove(part 1)

    Has anyone got any ideas on how I can display my first glove? I have not got the room to have a "man cave" or a room dedicated to my collectables, so it will just be on a top of a wardrobe or shelf...

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    I really have no clue if you haven't got a room dedicated to it. I had mine on a shelf in my room where I kept all of my horror movie prop replicas/collectibles. You could try to find a glass display case if you smoke or have pets and want it away from all that... or a nice glass display just looks better. Other than that, I have no idea. Sorry for the lack of ideas.

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    My glove is technically not on display but I keep mine in a red metal tool box I bought from a hardware store. I beat up the box with a hammer, used sandpaper to rough up some edges and corners then set it on fire to blister the paint and create some dark sections. It turned out pretty cool. Just a suggestion. ////✌️

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCT View Post
    My glove is technically not on display but I keep mine in a red metal tool box I bought from a hardware store. I beat up the box with a hammer, used sandpaper to rough up some edges and corners then set it on fire to blister the paint and create some dark sections. It turned out pretty cool. Just a suggestion. ////✌️
    That sounds really cool. I'm gonna have to try that sometime.

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