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Defunct Laptop Cases

Tags: pittsburgh, pipers, nba, aba, basketball

DEFUNCT - PITTSBURGH PIPERS Laptop Case

by HamburgrHotdog
$36 $30
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Another defunct store from our childhood

Tags: retail-stores, 1980s, nostalgic, nostalgia, vintage

Woolco Laptop Case

by old_school_designs
$36 $30

Tags: lakers, los-angeles, retro-car, nba, aba

DEFUNCT - OAKLAND OAKS Laptop Case

by HamburgrHotdog
$36 $30

Tags: logo, 70s, 80s, 90s, vintage

Tags: logo, nostalgia, electronics, 90s, 80s

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Tags: logo, vinyl, compact-discs, 90s, cassette-tapes

Tags: logo, defunct, 90s, vintage, retro

Tags: logo, defunct, retro, shopping, 70s

Tags: shopping, defunct, warehouse, retro, 80s

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This was actually the first major record store chain in America. It once had hundreds of locations across 30 states, but originated in the Pittsburgh, PA area. It actually operated from 1937 - 2002. They must not have had any southeastern locations, because I never saw one.

Tags: logo, retail-stores, defunct, cassette-tapes, compact-discs

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KIng Karol was once one of the most popular NY based record stores until its founder died in 1993 and had nowhere to go after that. What an awesome logo though!

Tags: logo, cassette-tapes, compact-discs, 90s, 80s

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Based in Atlanta, I only got to visit a few times, but this place was really cool. Great selection and decent prices. I remember they were one of the first to really do used CDs too. Purchased by Blockbuster and turned into little more than a notch in the Blockbuster Music empire.

Tags: logo, 90s, 80s, 70s, georgia

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The Bon Marché, whose French name translates to "the good market" or "the good deal", was a department store chain launched in Seattle, Washington, United States, in 1890 by Edward Nordhoff.

Tags: logo, defunct, retro, nostalgia, 90s

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How ironic is it that a store that once sold ironic T-shirts is now an ironic t-shirt itself? This store was pretty popular amongst lame high school kids in the mid-90s. Then they decided to stop selling guy's clothing for no apparent-reason and that was the end.

Tags: logo, retail-shopping, nostalgia, retro, mall

Gadzooks Store Logo Laptop Case

by BrandEx
$36 $30
Description

Formerly the World's Largest electronics store. If it's not in the universe it doesn't exist!!!

Tags: logo, retro, nostalgia, store, 90s

Tags: logo, retro, defunct, retail-stores, electronics

Tags: furniture, shopping, vintage, 90s, nostalgia

Tags: logo, 70s, defunct, retro

Tags: logo, toys, 90s, 80s, 70s

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Korvettes was the pioneer of the discount department store.

Tags: logo, vintage, nostalgia, 80s, 70s

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Bradlees lasted in the Northeast U.S. for a little over 40 years. I never even saw one that I remember.

Tags: logo, nostalgia, 90s, 80s, 70s

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A catalog showroom store based in Atlanta and the Carolinas.

Tags: logo, showrooming, 80s, 70s, 60s

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Arlan's only lasted about 20 yrs but managed to have stores in 18 states.

Tags: logo, shopping-mall, nostalgia, retro, 70s

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This chain was definitely mostly mall based. I was always annoyed by their staff but impressed by their massive wall of cassette tapes and selection. I once bought a Weezer promo shirt for the original self-titled album there and I wore it all the time. They were a hot spot for cassingles here in the south during the early 90s country craze which I wanted no part of. I always preferred them to Sam Goody which was the OTHER music store in the mall.

Tags: logo, retail-stores, defunct, retro, cassette-tapes

Camelot Music Logo Laptop Case

by BrandEx
$36 $30
Description

The one and only 3 Stripe Rainbow

Tags: logo, nostaliga, retro, 90s, 80s

Tags: logo, 80s, vintage, 90s, retro

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A mashup of video game characters form Ori and the Blind Forest, Guacamelee and Defunct. (Design by Morgan Dill Illustrations - MorganDillIllustrations.com)

Tags: characters, gaming, team-ragtag, speed-running, video-games

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Merry-Go-Round was a national clothing retail chain owned by Merry-Go-Round Enterprises, Inc., that thrived from the 1970s through the early 1990s. The chain fell into bankruptcy during the mid 1990s, and eventually ceased operation in 1996. It was famous for its ability to profit from short-lived fashion fads. I believe my sister went in one a time or two.

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Marshall Field’s, was a department store in Chicago, Illinois, that grew to become a chain before being acquired by Macy's, Inc. on August 30, 2005.

Tags: logo, mall, retro, department-stores, 90s

Tags: logo, retail-stores, retro, defunct, 70s

Tags: logo, 90s, retail, 70s, 80s

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Illinois based catalog showroom that shuttered in 2006

Tags: logo, defunct, illinois, 90s, 80s

Tags: logo, nostalgia, 90s, 80s, vintage

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Fan-art of the Team Ragtag logo in a beautiful minimalist fashion! Fan-art created by Sami Hartikainen - HS STUDIO - (Web site) http://hs-studios.weebly.com/

Tags: art, headphones, minimalist, gaming, duck

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Cassette tapes ruling.

Tags: cassette-tape, music, 80s, 90s, retro

Cassette Tapes Rule Laptop Case

by AlexisBrown1996
$36 $30
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