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EARLY WORKS

The King's Helmets

 

Created in association with The Royal Armouries, The Tower of London, 1987.

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The Helmet of King Henry VIII,1987

An unlimited 32 x 43 cm glass plate two colour (yellow and blue) achromatic and single colour reflection hologram and an 8 * 10-inch film reflection hologram.

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The Guilt Helmet of King Charles I, 1987

 

An unlimited 32 x 43 cm glass plate single-colour reflection hologram and an 8 * 10-inch film reflection hologram.

The Helmet of King James II, 1987

 

An unlimited 32 x 43 cm glass plate single-colour reflection hologram and an 8 * 10-inch film reflection hologram.

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Rob Munday with a curator from the Royal Armouries at The Tower of London conducting his shoot of the King's helmets in the Royal College of Art's pulse-laser holography studio, 1987.

Sales display at the Royal Armouries shop inside the White Tower at the Tower of London. The holograms we sold at the Tower of London throughout the 1990s until Agfa Geveart ceased production of holographic film.

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In 2009, Rob Munday was given a unique opportunity by The Pinewood Group to show his portrait of Her Majesty the Queen and his unique 'true' hologram of the helmet of King Henry VIII to HRH Princess Anne on her visit to Shepperton Film Studios.

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