PYRITE “SUN”

DESCRIPTION

This is a photo of a pyrite “sun” (or “dollar”) from Illinois. These small coin-shaped specimens are found in compacted shale layers above or within coal deposits.

PHOTOGRAPH DETAILS

Magnification: ~2.1X

Field of view: ~7/16” x 11/16“ (11.4mm x 17.1mm)

Images in focus stack: 13

SPECIMEN

Side 1

Side 2

Approximate Photo Location (Side 2)

GREETING CARD

Front View

45 Degree View

Inside View

1: Short picture description/ID

2: (Fold)

3: Blank

Back View

Details

Print method: Digital press

Card size: 5″ x 7″

Card type: Folding

Card weight: 110lb

Card surface, exterior: Smooth, glossy finish. The (glossy) coating adds depth and vibrancy to the image, helping it “pop.” A trade-off of this, however, is that the coating can also pick up fingerprints.

Card surface, interior: Smooth, semi-gloss

Envelopes: Off-white with a slight watercolor-type textured surface, 80lb. weight. The envelopes are sealed using a peel-and-press adhesive strip.

Packaging: Each card/envelope is sleeved in a protective crystal clear bag.

MORE INFORMATION

For more images and information, feel free to visit the other pages on this website and/or follow me on Instagram!

Thanks for checking out this card!

Copyright © 2016–2019 by Aaron-Emile W. Osborn, all rights reserved.