A souvenir of the IBM Pavilion at the 1970 World’s Fair in Osaka, Japan. The Computer House of Cards is a fascinating project and important on a number of levels. The cards were orignally printed only once for the Osaka Worlds Fair. This has made them very desirable to collectors. But from an historic standpoint, these cards also represent of the look and feel of computers before the microchip. These particular decks are from the Eames Office’s vaults. We have kept enough for our needs and are making a limited number available. They are still in their original wrappers. Comes with a certificate of provenance.
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