UNITED STATES

 

 

USA-001: Columbian Exposition by G.W. Clark, 1893. Printed in chromolithography. Each card has a different view of the exposition. Complete with 52 cards and the joker. Slightly used, in excellent- condition. Comes in a plastic box.
50
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USA-010: : "Times", printed in the US and published by Times Magazine in 1962. Courts show a repeated series of 3 designs, but in different colours. Each of the pips has a caption at the bottom. Complete with 52 cards, a joker and an extra card, in very good condition. Comes in the original box, which is in very good condition too.
50

 

USA-011: "The Military Fortune Tellers", made and published by H.V. Loring from Chicago in 1918. Four designs, repeated in each suit, on the courts and aces. Unusual suit signs. There's a 1 added to the pips, so 56 cards in total, all in excellent+ condition. Together with an explicative small flyer it comes in the original box (opened on one of the long sides, so one of the two tax stamps is still unbroken), which is in very good- condition.
60

 

USA-012: "The Monkees", printed in the US and published by Ed-u-cards in 1966. Courts with the international pattern, while each of the pips shows a different picture from the TV-series with the same name. Complete with 52 cards and 2 identical jokers. A few cards have a crease, all the others are in excellent condition. Comes in the original box, which is in very poor condition and lacks the top flap.
15

 

USA-014: "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.", printed in the US and published by Ed-u-cards in 1965. Courts with the face of the main characters inserted in the international pattern. Each of the pips shows a different action picture from the TV-series with the same name. Complete with 52 cards and 2 identical jokers, all in excellent condition. Comes in the original box, which is in excellent condition too.
22

 

USA-016: "Royal Mischief Transformation", printed in China and published by US Games Systems Inc. in 2019. Delightful designs by Patrick Valenza. Complete with 52 cards and 2 jokers, all in unused, near mint condition with shiny dark silver edges. Comes in the original 2-piece carton box, also in excellent+ condition.
40
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USA-020: "Hotcakes", printed by the USPCC, created and published by Uusi Studio (Linnea Gits&Peter Dunham) in 2014. Two decks, one from the First Edition and one from the Limited Edition, both still sealed. Sold out at the Uusi site.
50 (for the 2 together)
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USA-021: "Deviant Moon Tarot", borderless edition. Printed in China and published by US Games Systems Inc. since 2014. Complete with 78 cards, 1 extra card and 1 SIGNED title card, all in unused, near mint condition. Comes with the explicative booklet in the original box, which has 3 small hand-drawn b/w illustrations in the closing flaps and is in excellent condition. Great artwork in Patrick Valenza's own style on each card.
35
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USA-024: "Jeu Louis XV", reproduction of the original deck by Grimaud, published in the US by the Victorian Trading Co. c2012. Complete with 52 cards and 2 newly designed jokers, all in unused, near mint condition. Comes in a good looking reproduction of the original 2-piece sliding box, also in excellent+ condition.
20
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USA-025: "Geometrical Playing Cards", printer unknown, published by Prof. Jorge Nuno Silva as study aid for his mathematics students at Berkeley University, c 2010. Each card has a different illustration, based on the work of Descartes, published in London in 1697. Complete with 52 cards and 3 extra cards, all in excellent condition. Comes in the original box, which is in excellent condition too. RARE!
20
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USA-028: "Golden Diamond", printed and published by the S.F. Hanzel Card Company in 1925. No-revoke deck. Complete with 52 cards, 2 jokers and 2 extra cards, all in excellent condition with shiny gold edges. Comes in the original, 2-piece sliding box, which is in very good condition.
50 
SOLD
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USA-029: "Rockwell International", printed by the USPCC and published by Rockwell International, probably in 1983. Special designed courts, ace of spade and jokers. Complete with 52 cards and 2 jokers, all in excellent condition. Comes in the original box, which is in good condition.
45 
SOLD
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USA-030: "Ye Wiches Fortune Cards No 62X", printed and published by the USPCC, 1896. Standard international pattern on the courts, but all aces and pip cards are illustrated. Comes with the explicative leaflet. Complete with 52 cards and the joker, all in excellent condition with shiny gold edges. Comes in the original 2-piece sliding box, which is in very good- condition.
150
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USA-031: "Harry Winter", who or where the deck was printed is unknown to me, but it was published for Harry Winter (famous for his jewelry) in the US in 2010. The deck is somewhat larger than normal and is octagonal in shape. There's a repeated series of 13 pictures of animals with jewelry in each suit. Complete with 52 cards and 2 similar jokers. Unused, near mint condition, with solid silver edges. Comes single in the original double box.
25
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USA-032: "History of the War", printed in Hong Kong and published in the US in a limited and numbered edition by the 353 Playing Cards Company around 2013. Illustrations of the courts were taken from the comic album with the same title, that was drawn by Lino Palacio and published in Argentina in 1942. They show Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin and Churchill. Complete with 52 cards and 2 joker, all in excellent condition. Comes in the original box, which has number 629 and is in excellent condition too.
30
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USA-033: "Ameristar Casino", printed by the USPCC and published by the Ameristar Casinos Inc. in a limited edition with complimentary decks as their annual report of 2003. They came in a double box with the layout of a single box, together with the actual annual report (144 pages, with some 40 pages of photos, and an embossed cover). The deck is complete with 52 cards, 2 jokers and 2 extra cards. The designs were done by 16 different artists, who were winners in a design contest by Ameristar. Cards are in unused, near mint condition. The deck comes single in the original double box with the annual report.
NOTE that the box is too thick to be send as letter, so postage as package.
25 
SOLD
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USA-034: "Maya Royalty", printed in the US and published there by Amiga D c2010. Courts with Maya figures, plain aces. Complete with 52 cards, 2 jokers and 1 extra card, all in unused, near mint condition. The deck comes in the original box, which is in excellent condition.
15 
SOLD
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USA-P1: complete with 52 cards and the joker. See PINUP section PU-016.

 

USA-P2: complete with 52 cards and the joker. See PINUP section PU-017.