This lithograph pack for Rubberband Girl was released in the U.S. back in the '90s. There were a total of three different ones made - one for Rubberband Girl, which you see here, another for Eat The Music and a final one for Rocket Man. Each of three lithograph packs featured a different lithograph inside and all three versions were limited edition. Rubberband Girl was limited to 1,000 copies, but I think the other two had higher limited edition numbers - but don't quote me on that.
The lithograph packs for Rubberband Girl and Eat The Music came in a thick, charcoal black envelope that measured 11.5" x 9" and was tied with a red ribbon - the one for Rocket Man came in a thick white envelope with the same measurements. The front of each envelope featured a picture of the lithograph that was to be found inside, and the back of the envelope listed the full contents inside. I only ever found and bought one of these things back in the day, but I really shouldn't have bothered because these things are rubbish. The money they seem to go for these days makes them even less worth it in my opinion.
Inside you get two things; a copy of the CD single for Rubberband Girl and the lithograph.
The CD single is just a standard UK picture disc copy. It's not a promo copy and it doesn't differ in any other way... in case anyone is wondering about that.
The lithograph that comes with the Rubberband Girl pack is fairly decent. It's hand signed and hand numbered. It also measures 8" x 10".
I've also kept a couple of my original photos from this post so that you can see the envelope a little better since my scanner has cut some of it off.