I display mine a bunch of different ways. Some are in fresh plastic sleeves and nailed to the wall with a small inch nail if they are only single panel graphics, others with multi panel graphics get appropriate frames. The three panel graphic maps (the size that the majority from the 30s-50s were) have a perfect sized frame you can grab at Walmart (11”x8” maybe?). Others still I have on stands among cans with the rest either in racks or laying flat amongst a display. Both my racks were standing brochure displays from a pharmacy that closed down, you can usually find them relatively cheap (under $35).
Looking for Michelin items + NJ oil company related items (Mohawk, Guardian, Whiz, etc) + animal-related petroliana + Gargoyle/Shell/Sinclair items
Just pressure from the glass and thick cardboard back, added a few extra nails around the back edge for firmness. Nothing else. (edit) this frame was metal and added some thin metal strips, I have a wooden one also.
Last edited by Gaspedler; Fri Feb 21 202008:59 AM.