An incredible deck is the total sum of the design of the tuck case; two different Jokers; the design of the Court Cards (no repeats); an awesome Ace of Spades; something different and unique with the remaining spades; and the card back design.
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1883 murphy varnish weathered Display deck
Home Run Games // 2015
Same as the 1883 murphy varnish weathered replica deck. Without numbered seal and holo sticker.
The 2018 52 Plus Joker Club deck was introduced at the 52 Plus Joker Convention in Cleveland, Ohio by designer by Randy Butterfield from Midnight Cards. Randy might be familiar through his previous deck designs that include the Draconian series, Oculus, LUXX, the Ornate series, Rome, and Grinders.
This year, Randy has designed a superb club deck that honors not just the club, but also the city of Cleveland. The tuck sports a brown colorway, a nod to the Cleveland pro football team, and the back of the box displays a gold silhouetted view of the Cleveland skyline.
Unlike previous club decks, Randy used gold foil only on the box, not on the cards. The cards themselves are subtle but still eminently elegant. The card backs and the joker feature the 52 Plus Joker logo, a jester, in brown. The color brown is also used in all the court cards.
Custom numbered seal, limited to 500.
Designed by Alex Chin (Seasons Playing Cards), it tells of the process of Pulpwood (papermaking) and features a bark textured tuck, dual layered box, and dual layered foiled cards. The back design is designed after landscape architecture of a mulberry tree with the tree tops in the center, the grass around it and the roots below.
This deck is identical to the very limited official 52 Plus Joker Club edition for 2014 (of which there were 500). The difference with this deck is that the cards have gold foil instead of silver, and this was printed in much larger quantities. Also, the tuck case on this deck is side loading, whereas the very limited deck had a thick cardboard clamshell tuck.
LIMITED EDITION: Only 2500 printed! Will NOT be reprinted.
The 666 Playing Cards is designed by pnkmgc has drawn its inspiration from the Devil's number 666 and the mysterious occult practices. On the first look, the overall design is very simple, the deck enveloped in dark colors. Yet when you hold the deck to the light, the whole box lights up with intricate details that were hiding in the shadows.
Printed by CARTAMUNDI with their legendary True Linen B9 FINISH. Each edition is only LIMITED to 2500decks.
Deck features custom, uni-directional card back design. The stripes on the card back are full bleed and can be seen from the side of the deck when stacked. Court cards are modified standard, using the corporate colors of 7-Eleven (green/red/orange). Jokers are Bicycle Standard (one colored, one black-and-white). The deck contains two ad cards for discounted snack foods.
A lovely deck of playing cards featuring the classic Tenniel illustrations from Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.
The face cards all feature colour illustrations, whilst the point cards have black and white.
All the cards have a great vintage finish, these are super high quality 340um (thickness) playing cards, for a really professional feel.
Designed and manufactured in the UK.
These are standard, poker sized playing cards (64 89 mm)
Based on the classic Tenniel illustrations
A wonderful vintage finish
Features both colour and black and white art
52 standard playing cards plus 2 jokers
A different piece of art on each card, plus the joker.
Full deck scan by macstrat @ https://www.flickr.com/photos/167981955@N07/albums/72157702480419111/with/32165292818/
Absinthe - the Green Fairy of spirits, has long been associated with the bohemian lifestyle, with famous drinkers including Picasso, Van Gogh, Hemingway, Oscar Wilde and Toulouse-Lautrec.
These cards embody the allure of the emerald drink, the hallucinogenic haze, sugar crystals in the night, the Ace of Spades modelled after the filigree of the absinthe spoon. With its heavy embossing and text that pokes fun at itself, even the box appears to have had a few drinks.
Originally printed for the Prohibition Box Set, the Absinthe Version 2 deck has been tweaked slightly to keep the integrity in design, whilst also allowing you to own more than one deck, without having to buy multiple Prohibition sets. This deck is too cool for display, it has to be shown off...
Custom from the ground up, Aces High is our love letter to the devil's lettuce. Each classy, grassy green playing card is a visual feast, from the ornate Victorian-Deco cardbacks to the 12 unique face cards and radial pips. We'll be blunt: this deck isn't just a gag gift. Printed on thick, premium 310gsm Black Core card stock and finished with a plastic coating for protection and longevity, these cards play as good as they look.
Aces High cards are great for playing card collectors, herb enthusiasts, or regular folks who just like a cool deck of cards. We started the design process by deciding to color the cards a striking, earthy shade of green and a subtle canvas texture. From there, we painstakingly placed in the radial pips on the number cards. But the real jewels in our metaphorical crown are the custom face cards. Each of the 12 court members is rendered in the classic playing card art style, but they all posses a little wink and nod to Mary Jane. You might not notice them if you aren't looking!
These cards would look right at home on the back of a leather jacket, as a new tattoo, or splashed on the soundboard of your Les Paul. Alchemy1977, a company known for its alternative jewelry, games, clothing, and collectibles, designed each card for this unique deck. With every shuffle, you’ll see skulls, fantasy and steampunk characters, intricately designed suit symbols, and more.
The Bicycle® Alchemy England Deck features original artwork on the front and back of each card. The decks were printed in the USA at The United States Playing Card Company and printed on premium stock with a quality finish.