Helmut Guenschel has made display cases that house a Gutenberg Bible, vintage baseball jerseys worn by the New York Yankees and the gun used to kill Abraham Lincoln. And when the Johns Hopkins University needed a company to design and fabricate display cases for an archaeology museum that opened last fall, it didnt have to look far. Dr. Betsy Bryan, director of the Archaeology Museum at Johns Hopkins University's Gilman Hall, is pictured with a c. 500 B.C. Black Figure Amphora housed in a Helmut Guenschel display case.
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