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3-D glasses

Major collection: Holography
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: unknown
Date made: date unknown
Materials: film
Measurements: 1 1/2 in x 16 in
Nomenclature: commercial
Classification: holograms

Six pairs of 3-D glasses, presumably used for viewing 3-D movies; MOH-1993.47.239.01 is made of black cardboard; left lens is made of green film, right is red; inside of glasses reads `Zeiss, West Germany'; .02: frames are black cardboard, stems are gray cardboard; clear lenses; inside frames reads `Polalite 3D viewer' and `custom made for Universal 16 by Marks Polarized Corp.'; .03: white cardboard frames, clear lenses; `Polaroid' is printed on outside of stems; .04: white cardboard, clear lenses; stems are shaped like dolphins and have dolphins printed on them; printed on glasses is `Marineland of Florida'; .05: small pair, only frame (no stems); right lens is made of green film, the left lens is red; .06: frame and stems are made of black plastic; clear lenses; printed on stem is `Polaroid 3-D glasses.'

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