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We have been selling Riker Mounts for the past 25 years. They came to this country in 1918 from Great Britain by a gentelman by the name of William Riker. He sold to the museums of this country as a means to have a stackable dust free display case to show and house specimans and collectables. It wasn't until the late 60's that collectors discoverd this inexpensive case for their treasures. For almost 100 years the case remains unchanged except for some new sizes. It still has the black paper wrap and glass top and has been an old favorite for the military,police,fire and a multitude of arrowhead and civil war collectors. More recently the antique and jewelry dealers are finding new ways to use these wonderful cases. Finally, a new breath to an old friend. New sizes and new colors have sparked the industry.

The Heritage Display Box company manufactures Riker Mounts in 21 different configurations plus 8 colors. The smallest box is 2-1/2 x 3-3/4.  The deepest box is 2" and the largest is 14" x 20". The only square box is 12"x12".  This year Heritage has strenthened the glass and came out with a line of colors for the 12 x 16 x 3/4 box. They are like a Riker on steroids and are known as the Heritage Display Case. The sealskin is off white with touches of gray and lends itself well to display collectables and special treasures from anniversaries, weddings, graduations, birthdays and baby items. The red/black box apppeals to firefighters and those dealing in antiques and jewelry. The Green/black box has a following among scouts, state forestry depts., all school grades and universities.  The blue Heritage box has found a following with the military while the blue Heritage and Gray Heritage seems a favorite of the Civil War Buffs. The butterfly collectors find the walnut Heritage appealing and the arrowhead collecters are leaning toward the mahogany Heritage case. More colors and themes are planned. The black, an old favorite, is still around and will be for a long time to come.

Three new sizes were introduced in 2011. The 12 x12 x 3/4 (the only square riker mount). The R-mini the smallest of the Rikers and the 16 in 1 box which is 16 pieces of R-mini in one glass top case. Those selling small jewelry items and collectables will find this showcase appealing. The R-mini makes a nice inclusion with the sale of whats in the box.