Showcased here are deal toys from the banking, financial, and fintech sectors. In addition, you’ll see custom commemoratives marking fund closings, venture capital financings, earnings records, and bell ringing ceremonies and other exchange milestones.

Envelope-Inspired Financial Tombstone

Lucite financial tombstone marking the emergence of The Paper Store from Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. The gift retailer is based in Acton, Massachusetts.

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Lucite tombstone celebrating the successful emergence from Chapter 11 reorganization of The Paper Store.

Lucite Paper Embedment

Lucite Embedment

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Debt Financing Tombstone with Spinning Logo

Lucite financial tombstone, with spinning plexi logo, commemorating debt financing for Click Therapeutics. A New York-based health tech company, Click provides software as prescription medical treatments for people with unmet medical needs.

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Paytech Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy celebrating the acquisition of Bora Payment Systems. The B2B card payment platform is headquartered in Walnut Creek, California.

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Back view of crystal deal tombstone commemorating the acquisition by financial technology company Bottomline of Bora Payment Systems. Bora provides electronic payment technologies for buyers and suppliers.

Cryptocurrency Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy marking the acquisition by cryptocurrency financial services firm Galaxy Digital of Vision Hill Group. New York-based Galaxy provides services in the crypto, digital assets, and blockchain sectors. Vision Hill is a digital asset consulting and management firm.

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Mid-Market Fund Closing Commemorative

Custom crystal commemorative celebrating the 1oth fund launched by London-based private equity firm Apax Partners. The fund will focus on digitally-enabled companies in the healthcare and telecom industries.

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Intellectual Property Rights Fund Tombstone

Lucite tombstone commemorating the launch of the Shamrock Capital Debt Opportunities Fund. The Los Angeles-based fund will focus on loans to entertainment content providers, including owners of rights in the film, television, gaming, and sports media sectors.

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Nasdaq IPO Deal Toy

Lucite deal toy celebrating the initial public offering (IPO) of Bluejay Diagnostics. The diagnostics and medical device firm is based in Acton, Massachusetts.

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