Retro Catalogs from 1990 to 2012


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1990 – The first catalog put together by our president and the printer using scissors and glue.

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1991

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1992 – a unique shaped catalog using the clip from the High Class Pen on the cover.

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1993 – A silver foil stamped logo with a multi-logo background

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1994

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1995

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1996 – Bowling anyone?

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1998 – The Sci-fi theme

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1999 – The boat catalog. On the back cover was the Tornado for the first time in the Retro catalog.

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1999 – Premium Catalog

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2000

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2001 – Retro Premiums catalog with a Retro diner menu concept

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2001 – The “Olive” or “Martini” catalog

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2002 – The “Woody” catalog which inspired the creation of the Beach Cruiser pen.

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2003

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2004 – The movie themed catalog

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2005 – The Art Deco themed catalog plus 15th Anniversary year.

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2006 – The “Eagle” catalog

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2007 Pamphlet

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2007 Catalog – continuing with the train and traveling theme

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2008 – The “Greetings” catalog, also continuing with the travel theme

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2009 Foldout catalog with Thunder pen poster on the back

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2009 Foldout #2

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2010 – The “Record Album” and 20th Anniversary catalog

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2011 had a vintage advertisement concept

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2012 – the “Scrapbook” catalog

What vintage concepts would you like for us to use in 2013 and beyond? Which cover is your favorite? Let us know what your favorite memories of the “golden ages” were!

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7 responses to “Retro Catalogs from 1990 to 2012

  1. Maja

    I love them all, but I think the travel-themed catalogs are my favourite. As for future catalog covers, why not do a 1950s office theme?

  2. steve ellis

    either something seashore with something like the coppertone ad, or something with an a-test and a bikini

  3. barry

    I love the classy 50’s rail travel themes as well. How about venturing into an aviation art deco themed travel cover from the 30s thru 50s with travels to the South Pacific. Hawaiian themes were quite popular.

  4. Barry Rubin

    These are great, like a history lesson. Love the black and white photo cover but photoshop in a little color splash.

  5. I like em all. But you haven’t done a space age theme?

  6. Maggie

    Is there a site where one can see the various products offered for each year?

    • We are actually very close to posting PDF’s of every catalog. They should be posted by the end of the month and we will announce this on Facebook and Twitter when it’s done.

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