Vintage Computer House of Cards


SKU: 10103 In Stock

A rare set of Eames and technology history together in a beautiful deck of vintage cards.

The Computer House of Cards, designed by Charles and Ray Eames, date back to the IBM Pavilion at the 1970 World’s Fair in Osaka, Japan.

These cards were created as souvenirs for guests and were only printed once — making them tremendously rare. As such a rare item, the Computer House of Cards is an extremely desirable collector’s item for Eames enthusiasts and technology buffs around the world.

Each image exhibits part of the inner workings of a computer in stunning detail and clarity. In the time before the microchip was invented, the skeleton of computer technology looked much different. As such, these Cards are the perfect frame to capture a record of what a 1970 pre-microchip computer looked like.

Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 3.75 × 2.5 × 0.75 in
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56 coated paper cards


All Sales Are Final For Vintage Items. Cards Are Unused And In Good Vintage Condition.

Charles & Ray Eames


Charles Ormand Eames Jr., a nearly-licensed architect born in St. Louis in 1907, and Bearnice Alexandra “Ray” Kaiser, an abstract painter born in Sacramento in 1912, are cemented into the canon of 20th-century design. Since uniting in 1940, these partners in life and work have been internationally recognized at the forefront of the design, architecture, filmmaking, and furniture communities.

Ships In 1-3 Days. Decks Have Never Been Opened And Are Non-Returnable

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