1. the innermost cabinet screen (plastic or paper),
2. the middle graphics sheet (paper), and
3. the exterior glass or plexiglass (plex) cover, with or without graphics.
Any of which, with game graphics can make great collectibles, see below.
I have dozens of classic arcade video game monitor bezels of all three types. Each type is presented below.
Let me know what you are looking for, including monitor size and cabinet dimensions, and I will send you a quote.
Email me now: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is feedback from a very happy Wacko game owner, who was searching for the rare glass bezel:
The Three Types Of Monitor Bezels:
1. The innermost cabinet screen bezel type is usually a piece of formed black plastic that fits around a monitor to screen from view the interior of the game cabinet. As can be seen in the photo, I have dozens of this type bezel.
There are also a few cardboard ones, such as came with Pole Position. Prices begin at $15.
2. The middle graphics sheet is a printed, die cut sheet of card stock that lays atop the screening bezel to provide game graphics to surround the monitor. I have a few of these. Let me know the title that you are looking for.
3. The exterior cover can be either lexan, plexiglass, or tempered glass, clear or smoke, with or without graphics, used to allow monitor viewing, while preventing access into the game cabinet.
I have many of this type of bezel for classic games. They feature great nostalgic graphics. You can use these for game restorations of for really cool additions to your gameroom.
Just mount a mirrow behind the bezel, enclose all inside a wood or metal picture frame, and you will have one of the neatest gameroom wall mirrows ever. You can even use the framed bezel as a display case for classic game flyers and other game memorabilia.
For example, this is a photo of a very hard to find, near perfect condition, glass bezel for Midway's 1980 game, Space Zap. It is priced at $150...SOLD
You can see more monitor bezels in my eBay store.