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Laser Foil Christmas Greetings [Laser Robin]

Major collection: Holography
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: Roughton, David; A. H. Prismatic Ltd.
Date made: 1984
Materials: embossed mylar foil (white light transmission); foil
Measurements: 2 in x 1 1/2 in
Nomenclature: commercial
Classification: holograms

Embossed, foil sticker adhered to front of greeting card / Christmas card; most of the front of the card in non-holographic, showing a winter forest scene; where a bird would be sitting on a branch in the middle of the card, a sticker in the shape of a bird is adhered; a portion of the sticker is glossy red material and the rest is reflective holographic foil with a grid pattern; inside of card reads `Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year; back of card reads `Laser Foil Christmas Greetings, Laser Foil is a holographic material which diffracts light waves creating changing patterns of intense color; (AH 1017) Laser Foil Christmas card, K702 Laser Robin; designed by David Roughton, copyright A.H. Prismatic Ltd. 1985, Made in England'; comes with envelope of same size.

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