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Table Talk Blue [Bicycle]
This deck features playing card jargon on almost every surface, and comes in two colors: a warm set with reds, yellows, and oranges, and a cool set with blues, greens, and indigos. The Table Talk Deck features original artwork on the tuck, card back and the Ace of Spades. These decks were printed in the USA at the United States Playing Card Company and printed on premium stock with a quality finish.
The Spare Room and Henson have come together to create a limited edition deck of Fraggle Rock playing cards produced by the US Playing Card Company. Featuring all your favorite Fraggles in fine form, plus recipes and other words of wisdom from The Spare Room.
In the stillness of the night, when you look up at the starry sky, you will find that countless stars illuminate the entire galaxy. Only at this time will we realize that human beings are so small. Although the stars are not as dazzling as the sun and the moon, they symbolize the most precious qualities of mankind: loyalty and firmness. Esther Star Playing Cards is not only a milestone in our creation, but also represents every person who loves hie or her life. For them, this is a beautiful symbol and imprint. The stars are restrained and subtle, which walk among the clouds, reminding us with shimmering shimmer the meaning of life by welcoming every day seriously. There are two editions of this deck, Classic and Deluxe - the Classic comes in a standard tuck case, while the the latter uses the open fan-shaped design of Helius Sun and Luna Moon series.
Show your support with a Pink Ribbon Deck. For each deck sale, $0.15 will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Children and adults alike will be inspired to think about the search for a cure during each round they play - and remember those who need our help.
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UC GRAN RISERVA Special Edition produced exclusively for United Cardist community. Exclusive additions included Di-cut Card Case and a deck which is tied off with ribbon and wax seal. Tuck is signed and numbered with Roman Numerals on top of cellophane. The Nouveau & Bourgogne Gran Reserva decks tucks are constructed with heavy card stock laser cut by Steve at Clearcut Creations in Britain, and include a COA card and five extra Spanish suited cards unique to these ultra limited edition, printed by MPC on their awesome new 330gsm German card stock made by Chromolux.
This is an unauthorized reprint, also known as counterfeit. The primary obvious method of detection for this particular deck is the original decks only came in blue and red, green was never created. While the methods to create these forgeries may change and improve over time, here are some previously known differences to help identify fakes - http://www.leeasher.com/playground/articles/how_to_spot_fake_jerrys_nugget_playing_cards.html
Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn!
Being a huge fan of his incredible work we wanted to make a deck from one of our most beloved horror fiction writers H.P Lovecraft!
This deck is very important to us so lots of love, horror, blood and human sacrifices has been put into every aspect of the deck from the art detail to the card quality and also turning the whole Ace Collectable team mad but such a small price to pay to gain unlimited power from the Cardnomicon!
We wanted the Pips to have more meaning of why it was chosen to represent each Character and deity.
Diamonds was chosen for Cthulhu as we find diamond's deep in the ground, metaphor for Great Cthulhu deep in the pacific Ocean.
Hearts was chosen for Shub-Niggurath as she is the elder god of fertility and mother of a thousand young, giving life and offspring.
Spades was chosen for Nyarlathotep as we see him as conniving, deceptive and never trust worthy so we wanted to make him into the spade suit as the spade reminds us of a tentacle like his faceless head, body shape and represent the sharpness of the spade point like his tongue as he can cause so much harm from his manipulating ways.
Clubs was chosen for Azathoth as he is described as the Nuclear Chaos, is a boundless deity of colossal proportion we pictured him sleeping in space while lesser entity's playing maddening tunes to keep his slumber we thought this pip would be the best one for him as it’s the largest and could potentially be the shape of his body as we pictured him in our imagination.
Hi, my name is Edisun Sun. I am a person who is constantly inspired by traditional elements, especially those of the Japanese tradition. No matter if it’s the beautiful vistas, the food or just the Japanese culture in general, I have always been fascinated by the way how fully it has been preserved in the tradition.
There are many symbols that one could mention when talking about Japanese culture. Cherry blossoms, kimonos, tea ceremony, they all have a very deep meaning behind them. However, the one that must be the luckiest and happiest must be the Maneki Neko (the Japanese Lucky Cat).
Maneki Neko is a traditional cat-shaped decoration, which has been highly esteemed especially in the Edo period more than 400 years ago. This is my first deck of cards and therefore I chose this lucky charm as the theme in the hope of portraying our never-ending pursuit of happiness.
Bicycle Maneki Neko has two versions, Blue and Red. The overall style is subtle and beautiful but also manages to show the cat’s cute and mischievous nature.
The red and blue versions are designed to be quite similar, with differences in small details.
- The red color is also derived from the Ukiyo-e style and appears bright and vivid.
- The design looks as if it’s spreading around from one central point, adding a sense of dynamics to the illustration.
- Instead of Mount Fuji, the red version has a torii gate, symbolizing the channel for gods through which they can pass on blessings to the people.
Each of the version is sealed with a sticker, which is also decorated with a lucky cat. The blue version uses a silver sticker, while the red a gold one. The overall style is consistent with the Ukiyo-e style and appears light and easy on the eye.
These decks are from our recent Equinox I reprint. The gilded version we initially received was not up to our KW standards. The cards are stuck together and have some red smudges around the edges. Rather than throw them away, here's your chance to get your hands on these less than perfect decks. The decks are in cellophane but do not come with a tuck case.