Wooden Playing Card Display Stand (Large | 40-Decks)

Deck of cards by TCC Presents
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Wooden Playing Card Display Stand (Large | 40-Decks)

25.00 usd

Deck of cards by TCC Presents ($25.00)

In stock. Order in the next 4 hours, 18 minutes and it will go out today!

TCC presents a gorgeous new wooden display for up to 40 of your most cherished decks of cards!

This wooden display is both sturdy and tactile, offering a gorgeous color and texture that contrasts beautifully with your playing cards. Each divider board is perfectly to cut to the appropriate size, making assembly as easy as putting together building blocks. The display stand can be freely assembled and disassembled.

Each display has 10 rows of 4 sections to hold a total of 40 decks.

Dimensions (assembled): 30cm x 24cm x 20cm (~11.8 x 9.5 x 7.9 inches)

NOTE: A small tweezer tool is included to help with disassembly of the display stand.

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  • Brett asks: where is this wooden playing card display stand manufactured? Which country? Thanks.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: China.
  • carey asks: Is that really wood looks like particle board with paper on the outside?

    • 1. Caleb answers: It is wood
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Customer reviews for Wooden Playing Card Display Stand (Large | 40-Decks)

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Jeff

It may be that I received an unusually badly made box. Or…
At any rate, I bought this for storage, not display.
The VM folks have been wonderful In working with me.
I should have followed my instincts and purchased something better, I wanted inexpensive. Ya’ gets what you pay for.
Wrong decision.
Live and learn.
Next choice will be different.
I suggest looking at something stronger. It’ll be worth the extra few bucks.
It is attractive, but mine will require some time for adjustment.
I’m not saying not to consider it, but I wish I’d gone for something better.