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FYI, those clear plastic/acrylic plate or baseball card holders/stands make nice stands to display MZL locks!

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FYI, those clear plastic/acrylic plate or baseball card holders/stands make nice stands to display MZL locks!

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Believe they display better with a nice piece of walnut, cherry or maple holding them, with piece of rust blue steel snug up behind them for contrast.

And the your photograph would be much more dramatic with the light behind you instead of behind what you are photographing.
 
Oh I know that, thanks ... I just haven't determined yet whether I want them in my work (home) office or down in the man cave ...

My intent was more so to give people the idea of the holders/stands.
Just some friendly sarcasm…. And a simple change of lighting direction can change how things display.
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