Bicycle Aurora Playing Cards

14.95 usd

Deck of cards by Collectable Playing Cards ($14.95)

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Aurora is dawn in Latin, that's where this idea came from. The gold color (courts) representing sunrise and the silver (numbers) representing sunset (nightfall). The center of the back of the card is the sun.

Feast your eyes on the Aurora Deck created with a gold foil embossed tuck case and each card printed with metallic inks. The Aurora Deck is a great display piece for any card collection. Art work by Johnny Whaam and printed by USPCC.

All court cards are fitted in gold, while the numbered cards are fitted in silver. This combination gives this deck a unique appeal that no other deck has ever done.


  • Printed by USPCC
  • Bicycle branded
  • Embossed tuck case with gold foils
  • Metallic inks on card faces
  • Custom stamp seal
  • Air-cushion finish
  • 100% hand drawn artwork and custom pips

Designed by: Johnny Whaam
Card stock: Regular
Card finish: Air Cushioned
Printed by: USPCC
Box seal: Yes
Custom faces: Yes
Includes a blank facer: No
Includes a double-backer: Yes
Includes matching jokers: No

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BGG Reviewer

A grade tuck box, for a C rated deck

Love the tuck box of this deck - great embossing, and metallic foil accents. Looks exquisite. The cards on the other hand are a bit of a mess. They handle just fine - it's Bicycle air cushion finish. But they made a decision to have the borders of the court cards in gold and the borders of the number cards in silver. This doesn't really make sense: it would be better to have the red suits in gold and black suits in silver, for example. So it makes the suits less obvious and can be confusing for game play. On the other hand, the design does look pretty, so if you like the style, it's still worth considering as a collector.