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Displaying very small sets

Brickfan50Brickfan50 Member Posts: 478
How do all of you display (very) small sets? Sometimes I have then cluttered around my working desk, or on a bookshelf or something else but they do collect a lot of dust.
The other day I found a something at a household store (Blokker, in the Netherlands) and I immediately thought this would be nice. So I bought one for € 9,99. It's made of wood. Here it is.
I'm curious to see your nice solutions for displaying small sets!



  • theLEGOmantheLEGOman Member Posts: 1,524
    Mini Wall-E is cool, nice way to display smaller sets.
  • SithLord196SithLord196 Member Posts: 1,161
    I found a shelf at a store by me called Restore (they do a lot with Habitat for Humanity) for $8 that is perfect for displaying smaller sets, although I haven't populated it much yet. 

    It has something like 8 or 10 separate areas, so 4 or 8 long shelves split down the middle.

    It should probably be sanded and stained if I ever get the chance, but I'll post a picture at some point if I remember. I just remember seeing it there when we were looking for a display case and thinking "this is perfect for our smaller sets!"
  • GothamConstructionCoGothamConstructionCo Member Posts: 805

    @ductchlegofan50, your AT-AT pilot needs to loose some weight ;o)
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