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Figlia de Liberta wine label [Daughter of Liberty]

Major collection: Holography
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: Light Impressions, Inc.
Date made: 1985
Materials: embossed mylar foil (white light transmission); foil
Measurements: 4 in x 5 in
Nomenclature: commercial
Classification: holograms

Red and silver foil label, adhered to the fronts of bottles of Figlia de Liberta sparkling wine; in center of red label is a round reflective foil with an embossed rainbow-colored hologram of a bust of a statue of a woman, gazing toward the right, wearing a cloth headdress that reads `Liberta;' above the hologram is `Figlia de Liberta;' below is `Spumasta Sparkling Wine; label is adhered to a pamphlet by International Standard Imports Inc., titled `An idea whose time has come," which describes the company's products and packaging; a blank, non-holographic label is also included; part of the explanation reads "We have developed the first 3-Dimensional Holographic Label using laser technology."

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