There are two pieces to this card. The coloured image is on the card at the back. In the front, pivoted at the centre, is a clear piece of plastic printed with a series of black lines. As this top piece is rotated the resulting moiré fringes give the appearance of movement. Made by BIZARR verlag and printed in Germany.

Viewing stereo photographs was hugely popular just before and just after the turn of the 20th century. These cards were made for an international market, judging from the use of six languages on the reverse of the cards. In total there are 66 photograph pairs relating to Italy. These stereo pairs can be viewed in the Underwood & Underwood stereo viewer, Ref. no. N1101. These were a gift to John and Anne Davenport from Harry Carson (real name Pat Swain) who lived in Norwich.