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Stanley Kubrick : 2001 A Space Odyssey : lenticular 14x11"

£2,500.00 £2,250.00

1968 promotional lenticular window card 35cm x 26.5cm version.

Artwork by Robert MacCall. Printed/ made in Japan by Toppan – the leading 3D/ lenticular company, who also manufactured multi lens 3D cameras. Two different 2001 lenticular postcards were also produced. Due to high production costs these were limited to select cinemas. As few as 20 are believed to have been made of the larger version.

Stanley Kubrick : 2001 A Space Odyssey : lenticular postcard

Condition : Excellent condition with no restoration – The white plastic frame 100% complete: No chipping or cracking  (a common fault). While the front lenticular surface does have minor hairline scuffs they are only evident on close inspection under strong light. In other the words the lenticular displays perfectly. The back has minor age toning around the edges see – gallery photo- and a few very small indentations – it is in remarkably clean condition. The standee has never been used and is fully in tact. Also the cloth tag and ‘D’ ring are present and appears unused – these are often missing. The only other minor flaw is fading in the red (the first colour to naturally fade) – this is only really evident in the “Cinerama” logo on the bottom.

Scarce, if not rare, piece of ephemera in unusually good condition.

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1968 promotional lenticular window card 35cm x 26.5cm version.

Artwork by Robert MacCall. Printed/ made in Japan by Toppan – the leading 3D/ lenticular company, who also manufactured multi lens 3D cameras. Two different 2001 lenticular postcards were also produced. Due to high production costs these were limited to select cinemas. As few as 20 are believed to have been made of the larger version.

Stanley Kubrick : 2001 A Space Odyssey : lenticular postcard

Condition : Excellent condition with no restoration – The white plastic frame 100% complete: No chipping or cracking  (a common fault). While the front lenticular surface does have minor hairline scuffs they are only evident on close inspection under strong light. In other the words the lenticular displays perfectly. The back has minor age toning around the edges see – gallery photo- and a few very small indentations – it is in remarkably clean condition. The standee has never been used and is fully in tact. Also the cloth tag and ‘D’ ring are present and appears unused – these are often missing. The only other minor flaw is fading in the red (the first colour to naturally fade) – this is only really evident in the “Cinerama” logo on the bottom.

Scarce, if not rare, piece of ephemera in unusually good condition.

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