New at Retro Planet: Retro Cards & Tins

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Bacon Playing Cards

Bacon lovers unite! These retro-style playing cards sport pigs and frying pans...

Card games have been a popular pastime for centuries. Before electronic gadgets and advanced technology took over households, card game nights were the norm in American households.

It is believed the playing card was invented in China in the 9th century. The concept, though, didn’t reach the US until around the 1800s. Many design changes took place, but the traditional “look” of the playing card has remained pretty consistent wince the late 1900s.

Until now…

With unique designs and retro flair, these new card decks and tin sets make perfect gifts. From bacon to The Beatles, there’s something for everyone.

 

Calling All Rock Fans

Black and White Beatles Tin & Playing Cards

Celebrate The Beatles two attractive tins.  The black and white tin contains two decks of cards that feature singles covers, album art, and assorted photographs.  The Yellow Submarine special edition tin includes two packs that sport psychedelic art from the eponymous animated film.

Classic rock fans will also like limited tins for other bands, including Rush, KISS, Pink Floyd, and The Grateful Dead.

 

I Love Lucy Tin and Cards

TV & Movie Classics

Classic television and movie aficionados are certain to love reminiscing about those great moments from I Love Lucy, John Wayne films, and more.

Martial arts fan? Play a game of solitaire with Bruce Lee and gain some inspiration and guidance from the affirmations printed on the cards.

 

Play with them, or collect them. These themed cards are perfect for everyone.

 

Atari Playing Cards

Now you can play gin rummy while reliving all those hours you spent in front of the console playing Space Invaders and Asteroids.

 

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Last updated: Jun 06, 2012
Filed under: Retro Planet Products Tagged with: Retro Gifts, toys & games