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I don't know what your Data Age carts look like, but mine didn't look that great. The truth is, trying to just repair the label is a no go. There is no good way to go about it. So, I decide to just remake the entire label. These are not perfect reproduction as I'm unable to print the color "white". For that reason I did change the Data Age logo and titles to "black" (which is used by Date Age on a couple titles so it's not totally unoriginal). Also, the foil label material is a little more shiny than the original. I think over all they turned out well. Taking pictures of foil labels is a little tricky (a lot of reflection). I'm hoping to do a short video to show how these look in normal light and how to replace the label. All my labels are laminated and computer cut to fit the carts they are designed for. If you guys are interested in buying some of these replacement labels just PM me. I have these titles: - Airlock - Bermuda Triangle - Bugs - Encounter At L5 - Frankensteins Monster - Journey Escape - Sssnake - Warplock They are a little pricy at $5.00 each (in some cases more expensive than the carts themselves) so obviously these would be for those that really want their carts to look good. I do have a minimum purchase of $20.00 (not including shipping). Shipping is $7.00 priority inside the USA, $15.00 first class to Canada, and $22.00 anywhere else). Just PM me if you are interested. If you guys have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to ask.
Silver/Foil Atari 7800 Labels (test print) I'm currently working on Atari 2600 Sliver/Foil reproduction labels (pictured below). I'm looking at the possibility of making 7800 foil labels as well. Pictured above is my test print of a cartridge face label (1984 style). I could make them in the pictured 1984 style or the newer 1986 and on style. All of which would be in color of course. Please keep in mind a couple things: I can not print the color white. Anything white will be printed as transparent and therefor will be sliver/foil. Also it's difficult to properly photograph sliver/foil surfaces. They tend to come out looking very dark. Let me know what you guys think.