8-bit trading cards - Apple, Commodore, Sinclair, Atari - unopened box, 1st ed. For Sale

8-bit trading cards - Apple, Commodore, Sinclair, Atari - unopened box, 1st ed.

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8-bit trading cards - Apple, Commodore, Sinclair, Atari - unopened box, 1st ed.:

*** these are first edition cards in their original unopened box, but without shrink wrap ***
If you're interested in expansion packs, follow mystore for updates. I haven't printed any more yet but may if there is sufficient interest.
The home computer collectible cards featuring retro computers are an ideal gift for any retrocomputing or computer history fan.
First Edition
The beautiful foil-stamped metallic PCB design packs were a limited run offered only to original backers of the project. These are all that remain of that run, and when they are gone, they're gone.
You can see a 3rd party unboxing and review here can see they are very happy with the quality.
Trading Cards
Crisp high quality offset-printed 330 gsm cards are included in the deck, each with a photo and stats for a retro computer:
  • Acorn A3000
  • Acorn Archimedes 440
  • Acorn Atom
  • Acorn Electron
  • Altair 8800
  • Amstrad CPC464
  • Amstrad CPC6128
  • Apple II
  • Apple Macintosh
  • Apple Macintosh II
  • Atari 400
  • Atari 520ST
  • Atari 800
  • BBC Micro Model B
  • Camputers Lynx
  • Commodore 16
  • Commodore 64
  • Commodore 65
  • Commodore Plus/4
  • Commodore Amiga 500
  • Commodore PET
  • Commodore VIC-20
  • Dragon 32
  • Elektronika BK-0010
  • Exidy Sourcerer
  • IBM PC (5150)
  • Intertec Superbrain
  • Jupiter Ace
  • Robotron KC 87
  • Sega SC-3000
  • Sharp MZ-80A
  • Sinclair QL
  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum
  • Sinclair ZX80
  • Sinclair ZX81
  • Oric-1
  • Osbourne 1
  • Sony HB-101 (MSX)
  • Tandy TRS-80 Color
  • Tandy TRS-80 model 1
  • TI-99/4A
Each card features a cool retro machine and its vital statistics, making it a playable trump card game:
  • CPU model and datapath width (e.g. 6502, Z80, ARM, 8-bit, 16-bit or 32-bit)
  • Clock frequency (MHz)
  • RAM (KB)
  • Display resolution (maximum)
  • Color palette (maximum)
  • Year of launch

I found the title card stuck a bit to the inside of the pack in one deck I opened - but all the computers cards were perfect, and other packs I checked seem to not have this issue with the title card. The YouTube review I posted above is someone opening an identical pack from the same batch and they seem very happy with the quality.
The gloss black package seemed to have some very minor scuffing from the factory.
I wanted to be transparent about these tiny manufacturing imperfections (first edition character?) even though they might not impact your deck. Even if they do, the packs are all in the original unopened box and the computer cards are in perfect condition. You will be the first to open them, should you choose to.

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