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Anthony Batoha: Transparent transaction card and method for making a transparent transaction card. CPI Card Group Colorado, Ira M Siegel, November 14, 2006: US07134603 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention is a transaction card having a base comprising a core of substantially transparent material with a plurality of coats, on at least one of the core's surfaces, of a material which is substantially transparent to humanly visible light and which is opaque to light in the infrared portion ...


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Faenza William J Jr, Lasch Ellen, Webb Lisa, Vigiletti Judy: Transparent transaction card with infrared blocking layer. American Express Travel Relate, July 17, 2002: EP1222620-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for producing an opaque, transparent or translucent transaction card having multiple features, such as a holographic foil, integrated circuit chip, silver magnetic stripe with text on the magnetic stripe, opacity gradient, an invisible optically recognizabl ...


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Berardi Michael J, Bliman Michael, Bonalle David S, Elwood Jennifer Anne, Hood Matthew C, Isenberg Susan E, Malnati Leigh, Mayers Alexandra, Mueller Sue, Norcross Zarita, Saunders Peter D, Scheding Kathryn D, Shah Sejal Ajit, Skilling Belmond Lisa, Vander, Eyk Becky, Williamson John R: A transparent transaction card. American Express Travel Related Services Company, SOBELMAN Howard I, May 27, 2004: WO/2004/044825 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for producing a transparent or translucent transaction card having multiple features, such as a holographic foil, integrated circuit chip, RFID circuitry, silver magnetic stripe with text on the magnetic stripe, opacity gradient, an invisible optically reco ...


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Berardi Michael J, Bliman Michael, Bonalle David S, Elwood Jennifer Anne, Hood Matthew C: A transparent transaction card. American Express Travel Related Services Coompany, September 21, 2005: TWI240209 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for producing an transparent or translucent transaction card having multiple features, such as a holographic foil, integrated circuit chip, RFID circuitry, silver magnetic stripe with text on the magnetic stripe, opacity gradient, an invisible optically rec ...


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Joshua E Collins, Howard Y Bell: Transaction card. INTELLIGENT MATERIAL SOLUTIONS, J A Lindeman & Co PLLC, May 30, 2017: US09665815

This invention relates to a transparent or translucent transaction card having a base comprising a core of substantially transparent or translucent material with a plurality of coats, including optically recognizable ink comprising one or more infrared blocking dyes and other nanoparticles, such as ...


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Michael J Berardi, Michal Bliman, David S Bonalle, Jennifer Anne Elwood, Becky Vander Eyk, Matthew C Hood, Susan E Isenberg, Leigh Malnati, Alexandra Mayers, Sue Mueller, Zarita Norcross, Peter D Saunders, Kathryn D Scheding, Sejal Ajit Shah, Lisa Skilling Belmond, John R Williamson: Transparent transaction card. American Express Travel Related Services Company, Snell & Wilmer, One Arizona Center, June 24, 2004: US20040118930-A1

The present invention relates to a process for producing an transparent or translucent transaction card having multiple features, such as a holographic foil, integrated circuit chip, RFID circuitry, silver magnetic stripe with text on the magnetic stripe, opacity gradient, an invisible optically rec ...


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Anthony Batoha: Transparent transaction card and method for making a transparent transaction card. Colorado Plasticard, Ira M Siegel, Law Offices Of Ira M Siegel, March 13, 2003: US20030047615-A1

The invention is a transaction card having a base comprising a core of substantially transparent material with a plurality of coats, on at least one of the core's surfaces, of a material which is substantially transparent to humanly visible light and which is opaque to light in the infrared portion ...


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Faenza William J Jr, Lasch Ellen, Webb Lisa, Vigiletti Judy: Transparent transaction card with infrared blocking layer. American Express Travel Related Services Company, SOBELMAN Howard I, March 15, 2001: WO/2001/018745

The present invention relates to a process for producing an opaque, transparent or translucent transaction card having multiple features, such as a holographic foil, integrated circuit chip, silver magnetic stripe with text on the magnetic stripe, opacity gradient, an invisible optically recognizabl ...


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Faenza William J Jr, Lasch Ellen, Webb Lisa, Vigiletti Judy: Transparent transaction card with infrared blocking layer. American Express Travel Related Services Company, June 5, 2002: KR1020027003038

The present invention relates to a process for producing an opaque, transparent or translucent transaction card having multiple features, such as a holographic foil, integrated circuit chip, silver magnetic stripe with text on the magnetic stripe, opacity gradient, an invisible optically recognizabl ...