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Introducing Exquisite! From Expert Playing Card Company.
Produced in a quantity of only a few hundred this stunning deck comes in it’s own custom Pack Jacket. This deck will only be released with its Pack Jacket, and the Exquisite Pack Jacket will not be released separately. We have priced this at an amazing $14.95 post paid per deck, and we expect our very small quantity to sell out immediately. Move fast if you want this deck!
Old or New? Yes!
A few years ago when we started to get the itch to create modern versions of decks from the golden age of playing cards (1860-1920) our first stop was at the great temple for all things related to playing card collecting, Tom and Judy Dawson’s place in Toronto.
Among a number of really cool and rare decks offered to us was this amazing deck called Exquisite. The Dawson’s told us that this deck from about 1895 or so and produced by the Union Playing Card Company of New York was, as far as they knew, a one of kind. No other example had ever turned up anywhere.
The sideways tuck was love at first sight!
The back design that Union used wasn’t as much fun so we decided to replace it with a really beautiful back that had also originally come from the Art Nouveau period.
What we have now is the result of that day with Tom and Judy (and many many other great days with them!), Asi Wind’s great eye in picking out the back design and Lawrence Sullivan’s help in getting the factory that made the Legends (a true instant classic) to make our sideways tuck.
Deck created by Max (Max Playing Cards) for one of the most well-known Spanish magicians, Borja Montón, and his youtube channel (Domina La Magia).
The standard faces have been customized in a black and red color pallete and all the court cards wear glasses. The deck includes two gaff cards and several revelations.
Limited edition of 250 decks numbered on the seal, the deck was sold out really fast among the youtube channel fans..
Golden Nugget are the second most famous vintage casino cards (after Jerry\'s Nugget). Produced since 1962 they have the most number of colors: Orange, Red, Purple, Black, Blue, Green, Brown, Red/Gold, Green/Gold, Gold/Black, Black/Gold (11 colors and 2 variant of 2 colors). The rarest are 1st run in Purple and Blue with 1-pack tax stamp (produced before June 22, 1965) and Orange deck.
This facsimile deck was printed by Carta Mundi from Turnhout, Belgium, and published in 1996 as a reprint of an earlier facsimile from 1979. The deck is a reproduction of an antique deck of transformation cards from France printed in 1817 (while Fields states 1832), designed by Baron/Colnel Athalin (1810-1820), an officer at the court of Louis Philippe (1830-1848, king of France). Each pip card has a different design, into which the suit signs have been incorporated. The 3 extra cards explain the deck and the courts, but ...in Dutch. #31 in Albert Field\'s book Transformation Playing Cards. Note - there was also another facsimile published by Carta Mundi in 1979.
From WOPC (http://www.wopc.co.uk/france/cartes-comiques-athalin):
Louis Marie Baptiste Atthalin’s marvellous set of transformation cards, known in France as “cartes comiques”, was first published in c.1817. The court cards are titled and depict persons from classical literature and history in a scene relating to their life, whereas the numeral cards are untitled and portray a variety of contemporary scenes or imaginary cartoons in extraordinary detail (bearing in mind the constrained size of a playing card) and which transform the humble playing card into fine art.
The scenes on the numeral cards include: soldiers, musical gatherings, farm workers, street performers, nursery scene, sailors' sleeping berth, dancers, boxers, doctor's patients, a caged bear, pipe-smoking arabs, a sedan chair, an alchemist and various allegorical scenes.
Besides being an accomplished artist, watercolourist and lithographer, Baron Louis Atthalin was a French Army officer who received numerous awards and distinctions during his military career, reaching the rank of Lieutenant General. In addition, Atthalin was a Knight in the Royal and Military Order of Saint Louis, a Grand Cross in the Royal and Military Order of Saint Ferdinand, and awarded the Order of Glory. In 1848 he retired to Alsace and devoted the rest of his life to watercolour painting.
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Designed by Ben Kolozsi, this is the latest design in the Choice brand and the first to be printed in blue. Intended as a tribute to one of the most popular and hard-to-find deck designs of the past several decades, these cards will become an immediate favorite in your collection. The cards feature an eye-popping shade of blue and are printed on a new ultra-thin USPCC stock that is a joy to use and handle. Featuring classic Arrco faces, the deck includes 3 Jokers, a double-backer, and a custom Ace of Spades all housed in a custom tuck box.