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Museum Cases

MuseumCases started as a division of Custom Display Group North America in the 1980s. Initially, we designed and manufactured high-quality museum display cases for a number of select clients who required custom-designed projects. Over time, we got involved more and more in developing and building made-to-measure casework that would meet the demanding needs of curators of world-renowned museums as well as exhibit designers.

Our in-house exacting skills required for custom-made museum display cases have turned our company into the “go to” manufacturer for museums and their curators.

We deliver high-quality, sturdy and safe yet elegant display cases for priceless artefacts that meet exacting conservation standards. Over time, designing and manufacturing conservation grade display cases have become our specialty, and we have grown into a trusted and reputable firm in this business.

We, at MuseumCases, take pleasure in creating display cases that answer the needs and criteria of our clients by adding new products, implementing new materials, and continually upgrading current designs.

Our products include modular assembly display case systems, standard-sized and custom-built cases of all types for the entire North American market. All of our display cases are designed with our state-of-the-art CAD design software thus ensuring unique products for our clients.

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