Blind Embossing

A colourless relief image applied on a coloured or unstamped area of the banknote by pressure or heating which deform the substrate. It is a palpable image used both in paper and polymer banknotes (fig. 1); is visible under oblique light. A coloured image gradually transforming into blind embossing is a more intricate security feature (fig. 2).

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