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When choosing to work with Frank you will be in very good hands as we have designed, supplied & installed protective display showcases to some of the most prestigious international museums and organisations worldwide.

However this doesn't mean we don’t highly value more modest projects, whatever the size of your project you will receive exactly the same attention to detail and support that has made the Frank brand synonymous with affordable quality display showcases.

Please take a moment to look at the diversity of the museums, retail and commercial companies we are proud to call satisfied customers.

Smithsonian Institution Washington • The British Museum, London • Victoria & Albert Museum, London • Dresdner Schloss • Cité de l'histoire de l'immigration, Paris • Ozeaneum Stralsund • Turkish Cammer, Dresden • Europarat, Brüssel • Marks & Spencer, Leeds • Eintracht Museum, Frankfurt • Palace King Abdullah, Riyadh • University of British Columbia • Museum of Anthropology, LA • The National History Museum of Los Angeles • The British Library • Museum of London • Museo Sefardí de Toledo • Robert Koch Stiftung, Stuttgart • Museum Bozar Brüssel • Topkapı-Palast, Istanbul • Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt • Canadian War Museum • Grünes Gewölbe, Dresden • Stadt Rheine • National Germanic Museum, Nürnberg • Degussa Röhm Darmstadt • Hermitage St. Petersburg • Museum of Ethnology, Budapest • National Gallery of Australia • Frankfurt Flughafen • Alcázar de Toledo • Turkish Pavillon Expo • Liverpool Museum • UNO Headquarter New York • Armee Museum Brüssel • Körperwelten / bodyworld • The Orient Museum, Fundação Oriente, Lisbon • Bundestag Berlin • Deutscher Bundestag, Paul Löbe Haus • Pfizer Messestand • Hauptbahnhof, Freiburg • Armani Store Stockholm • Palazzo Ducale, Venedig • Stockholm Collin Barracks, Dublin • Al Musmak Fortress, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia • Kunsthalle Mainz ...

There are plenty more, but we think you get the picture...

A special thanks to all the museums with whom we work and their always positive attitude allowing us to use their pictures as references,
especially Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo/Kirsten Jensen Helgeland.