Acrylic Ballot Box w/ 22 x 28 Sign Holder, Front Pocket, Floor Standing - Black
Metal Black Sign Stand with Lead Box
Color: Black


Order before 3PM ET and this item will ship today.
$150.99 / Each (USD)
  • Locking, Ships With Two Keys
  • 2-Sided Sign for 22" x 28" Posters
  • Great for Fundraisers & Trade Shows


Black Free Standing Lead Box & Sign w/ Top Insert

This black free standing lead box & sign is a great fundraising tool to heighten interest about a cause, encourage employee participation in company progress, or solicit product feedback at a trade show. This acrylic ballot case with floor mount features a front pocket for sign ups and other promotional publications. This free standing lead box & sign that locks is shipped with two keys so you can safely and privately store money, donations, and testimonials. Need to display graphics and collect funds at the same time? Choose this lead box & sign supports up to 22"x28" graphics, attracting attention from across a trade show or convention hall floor.


GTIN 840844137254
Overall Width x Height x Depth 22.4" x 60.0" x 11.0"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 4.9" x 4.8" x 0.5"
Base Width x Height x Depth 14.0" x 0.25" x 10.0"
Viewable Width x Height 20.9" x 26.9"
Weight 17.5lbs
Material Steel, Acrylic
Placement Type Floor Standing
Media Size 22" x 28"
Orientation Portrait
Loading or Door Type Lift Open / Hinged, Top Insert
Features Double-Sided, Lockable
Color Black
Plastic or Acrylic Thickness 0.125"
Max. Sign Thickness 0.25"
Insert Slot Width x Length 0.5" x 9.0"

Ordering Information

In Stock
Order by 3PM Eastern Time US for same day shipping.

Resources: Manuals, Videos, & Templates

MFP Pocket Bracket Instructions

Filename: mfph_pocket_bracket_instructions.pdf (104.07 KB)

TWN Poster Stand Assembly Instructions

Filename: twn-series-instructions_single-tier.pdf (839.76 KB)


Browse reviews from customers who have already purchased this product.

This product has not been reviewed yet. Be the first.


prop 65 warning WARNING: This product can expose you to Ethyl Acrylate, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to

Questions & Answers

Adding to cart...