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King Vitaman Rings [cereal box]
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: Maker: Ruchin, Cecile; Lissack, Selwyn; Holographic Communications Corps. of America
Date made: 1972
Measurements: 10 in x 7 in x 2 1/2 in
Cereal box for King Vitamin Rings breakfast cereal, as purchased from a supermarket; cereal has been removed; front of box shows a drawing of the holographic ring available for mail-order purchase, with words `Kids! Wear The King's Ring; King Vitamin 3-D Ring with Secret Compartment'; back of box shows a cartoon in which King Vitamin explains to kids who holograms are made and how you can purchase one of the rings, which show an image of King Vitamin; oddly enough, though he says `Find our how you can get one for 50 cents on the side panel of this package,' there is no information on the box for how to do so; box itself contains no holographic image.
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