Since 1975, Saturday Night Live has been a legend of American television, with over 800 episodes, 231 Emmy nominations, and four decades of hilarious content.
SNL playing cards are a fitting tribute to a show that has entertained audiences of all ages. They’re breathtaking, whimsical, sophisticated, and stunning.
Every aspect of the design was inspired by Saturday Night Live, with iconic illustration elements featuring the SNL stage backdrop, Studio 8H, and tributes to fan-favorite sketches and segments.
Saturday Night Live Playing Cards feature a custom Ace of Spades, Joker, box design, and court cards inspired by iconic SNL sketches and segments dating back four decades. From Weekend Update to Stefon and The Ladies Man, these cards are a fitting tribute to countless hilarious segments. And cowbells.
Made in the USA using FSC-certified paper derived from sustainable forests, vegetable-based inks, and starch-based laminates.
The Portuguese Institute of Architectural Heritage (IPPAR) was a public institution that for 15 years ( 1992 - 2007 ) regulated the classification of Portuguese heritage buildings, as well as the approval of the level of protection. Due to budget cuts the Architectural Heritage Institute and the Portuguese Institute of Archaeology were combined into one institution. For a short time they continued to use both names, and there is at least one deck of cards with both names attached to it. In 2007 the institution was given the name of Management Institute of Architectural and Arhcaeological Heritage. The World Web Playing Card Museum has 3 decks from this institution and none of them have these courts, though one does have the same jokers.
In a world of fantasy, where magic is king, the four ancient races battle for supremacy. Alliances are made and broken as old rulers die and new ascend to the thrones. Behold the realms of Orcs, Goblins, Dwarves and Elves. Kingdoms of wonder, fear and chaos await those brave enough to walk along the bloodied paths.
Where does your allegiance lie? With the fearsome and brutal warriors of the Orc clans? The roving giants with a fierce appetite for life, who make poetry and war with equal ease.
Perhaps you stand with the Elves? The lofty folk of the forests who hold their ideals of culture high above all others. They dream of past glories while looking forwards to a golden tomorrow unlikely to arrive.
Do you pledge yourself to the stoic Dwarves? The mountain dwellers who are nearly as old as time itself, who dig through rock and mud with equal ease in their eternal quest for hidden riches.
Or could it be the Goblins that bring you hear? The cunning half cousins of the Orcs, who survive through treachery and ambush. They stalk the nightmares of others, the shadows and a sharp blade their only friends.
Ace collectables is pleased to present the Highlord's deck. In this fantasy inspired deck, each suit brings forth one of the four great races of the genre; Orcs, Goblins, Dwarves and Elves letting you recant the tales with every hand you deal.
Hearts - Elves
Diamonds - Dwarfs
Clubs - Orcs
Spades - Goblins
Deck Special Features:
►Print run of only 1800 standard decks.
►Special Limited edition deck print run of only 500 decks.
►Includes 2 Joker cards and a trick card for magic tricks. (Half King card, half Queen card reflected).
►Tuck boxes Includes foil.
►Seals on Tuck boxes and Limited decks will have numbered seals.
Piatnik's reprint of the Former Soviet Union's "Modern Style" deck for Russian market.
The quality of paper is good, but the print is not as sharp as on the original decks.
Piatnik did not place it's logo and number on this release. This is a 55 card deck with 3 jokers.
There is another version containing only 36 cards.
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.