These deadstock cards are from the 1960's and were made by Unicorn Creations, Inc (Ossining, New York - i.e. fictional home of Don and Betty Draper!) and feature 5 unique and groovy designs. There are 2 of each card in this pack!
The inside of the cards are blank.
These cards measure 5.5" x 3.5" when folded.
✿ This listing is for a 10 pack of cards.
✿ These cards now do come with envelopes! I found some deadstock envelopes that work quite nicely for these (althought the envelope is slightly larger)
Deadstock 1960s Assorted Cards ✿10 Pack✿
I ship USPS within the US and package using recycled paper mailers or for larger packages, I reuse cardboard boxes. Please note that once your package starts tracking, it is the responsibility of the customer to track the item and to follow up with the shipping service or their local post office should any delays occur. Shipping delays (due to Covid-19) are particularily common at the moment. Some packages, though shipped, will show as "Ready to Ship" even days after they have been picked up by USPS.
At this time I am only comfortably shipping within US and Canada. All shipments to other countries will be charged $45 however, please note that you might 1) receive a partial refund if your shipping costs are cheaper, or 2) receive an invoice for additional shipping charges (if you do not pay the invoice within 48 hours, your order will be canceled). At the moment many international packages are being returned back to the sender without refund for shipping costs. The purchaser WILL NOT BE REFUNDED FOR SHIPPING if this happens, but will be refunded for the contents of the package should it make it back to us safely. Contact us directly for a shipping quote if you would like to switch to DHL or UPS. Please expect to pay from $45-$115 USD.
Please note that these items are non-returnable or exchangeable - it just isn't logistically viable with the small operation we run! Please ask any and all questions prior to purchase (the BEST time to do this is before the official drops when the items are previewed via the mailing list).