Award Display Apparatus

  • US 20150090676A1
  • Filed: 12/09/2014
  • Published: 04/02/2015
  • Est. Priority Date: 11/30/2011
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. An award display apparatus, comprising of at least two planar members, wherein at least one of the planar members further comprises of at least one groove-like recession that measures, or is mechanically or manually compressible to, exactly five-eighths of an inch in width, for the creation of a hollow for an at least partial insertion therebetween of award plaques and/or pin-style medal plastic display cases, which cases measure two and five-eighths of an inch in length, by three and five-eighths of an inch in height, by five-eighths of an inch in width, for removable yet secure, tight, and safe fitting, and whereby the said width of the groove-like recession creates ample pressure on at least two surfaces of said pin-style medal cases for their secure and upright display;

  • andwherein the at least one other planar member(s) further comprises of at least two horizontal rows of pegs, for the storing, hanging and displaying of, lanyard-ribbon style medals and wherein said horizontal rows of pegs are positioned in a staggered fashion and are attached to or inserted into, and extending outwardly from, a surface of a second, or additional, planar member in at least one of a multitude of the following ways, wherein the pegs are inserted into holes that are drilled at least partially throughout and into the second or additional planar member and whereby the pegs are then inserted into said holes and held into place using at least one of an adhesive, screws, or nails; and

    at least one surface of said second or additional planar member is connected to, attached to, or assembled at a right angle to the first planar member on a surface of the first planar member that does not have the aforementioned pegs protruding therefrom it, by at least one of the following means;

    screws, nails, metal bonding, an adhesive; and

    said second planar member being attached, connected to, or assembled in a position above or below the first planar member so as to create a shelf for the holding, storing, and display of trophies and other accolades.

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