A full description & comparison of this format can be found on the Babar Panorama page, & you can see more about Hasbro Rub-Ons in general on their own page (if you haven't already been there), but here are some additional images of the one Picturama we've managed to get hold of. It belongs to StellarX, who bought it from a seller in the US; it was described as 'sealed & complete', but as you can see, one of the sheets is missing. This kind of thing makes us jolly cross!
The serial number 2904 appears not only each transfer sheet, but also in the bottom right-hand corner of the background.
Transfer sheets 2904 A, 2904 C, 2904 D & 2904 E; no sign of sheet 2904 B!
To top it off, the instruction sheet (both sides shown) is clearly for a different Picturama: 2908!
(I thought there might have been a Snow White Picturama, but perhaps not, since 2940 is the stock number for the Snow White Stand-Up Rub-Ons.)
That's it for our review of Hasbro Rub-Ons; if you missed any of it, the links are below. The next item on our itinerary is the similar Trans-Action transfer technology.
Picture Credit: The SPLAT Scan Archives
© Tom Vinelott 2020