Gloss Blank Label Sheets for Atari 2600/5200/7800 Cartridges

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Qty 1 to 4 (Each) [+$1.99] $1.99
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Are you creating a new game for the Atari 2600/5200/7800 video game systems? Do you have a missing label that you want to replace? Do you want to personalize a cartridge for that special somebody? Well look no further! We now offer blank labels for the Atari 2600/5200/7800 cartridges by Atari. Each sheet has four top and end labels. These labels might fit on others, but have been customized and produced to fit exactly on Atari cartridges. The labels are produced on high quality gloss stock with rounded corners and sticky backs. Very professional looking!

Download the instructions (In Adobe PDF Format)

Photoshop Template Files including standard Atari Label Fonts

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Avery Label Maker Software (see Instructions).

Check out our Homebrew Community with more samples and templates!

NOTE on us printing: If you would like us to print reproduction labels, they need to clearly state "Reproduction Label" someplace on the label itself. We do not keep a supply of reproduction label images but if individuals want to share what they have created, we can create an area on our site for them. Please contact us if interested in this.

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Weight0.35 oz

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  1. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    Deniz Turkmen

    Great for reprinting damaged labels or getting creative

    Deniz Turkmen (verified owner)

    I used these for a personal art project where I imagined game cartridges were produced in Soviet Russia with the old Soviet art (mostly propaganda posters). I used the provided template, edited them in Photoshop Elements, and printed on my color laser printer. If I create a black label sometimes I get these white lines not sure if it’s my drum/toner or the label that is the issue, but if you want to save on toner light labels are the way to go.

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    • Admin 8-Bit Classics

      Thank you for the review and the pic, they look great! Looking at your picture, it is definitely the printer because it seems to be placed in the same location on the labels for the three that it appears on. It most likely would be the drum or transfer belt. I had to recently replace my transfer belt on my color laser printer because it did something similar.

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