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I will be away from my studio from Tuesday September 13 through Saturday September 17. All orders placed after 8 PM MST on Sunday September 11 will not be started or shipped until Saturday September 17 or Monday September !9th. Any orders placed before that time will ship before I depart. If you have missed this announcement and would prefer to cancel your order please let me know and I will do so ASAP. I will have internet access for most of my time away but it may take me up to 24 hours to return messages or issue refunds. Please feel free to contact me with any questions!
Bring a little vintage pulp fiction paperback sleaze to your next cocktail party with this super set of four foam rubber coasters. Each one of these beefcake gems features a different image from the golden age of retro Gay pulp paperback art. Pure kitsch as it was meant to be.

And if you really want to mix it up you can find the Lesbian pulp coaster set here

I make these gems with an heavy duty heat press so the colors are vivid and the coasters will last for many a MaiTai.
I can place these images on lots of other products so if you are in search for a Gay pulp switch plate, mouse pad or lamp shade then you are in the right spot! You will find other offerings by using this handy search:


and there are many other retro gems to be discovered in my shop


and I also have lots of other coaster sets up for sale and you will find them here;

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: foam rubber, poly fabric
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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