I picked up display boxes when I went to the pawn shop the other week. Four of them. When we got home I spent the better part of 5 hours organizing fossils. I'm totally normal, I swear. Obviously, not all of these objects are fossils...there's some raccoon jawbones, a boar's tooth, an old geode bit, some native American artifacts, and a Shriner pin (like the beaver?), an old ass gnawed up deer bone, petrified wood, a wheat penny, and some fool's gold.
I think the display boxes look good and in case there are any questions about the giant glass arrowhead I might as well answer it now. While browsing the racks at the pawn shop I came across an arrowhead that was napped out of some kind of brownish grey glass. It was made by some guy in Ottumwa, he probably pawned it for a couple of cigarettes. The owner of the store wanted ten bucks for the thing. I offered him five (coz it's really pretty cool) and we had a deal. Five dollars well spent.
It's pretty cool that I found all of these things.