Bicycle AutoBike No. 1 Playing Cards (Blue)

7.50 usd

Deck of cards by US Playing Card Co. ($7.50)

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Bicycle AutoBike No. 1  Playing Cards (Blue) - magic

An American original

Bicycle® brand celebrates over 130 years of playing card history with the reproduction of an early card back design called AutoBike No. 1.

The original deck was printed from 1902 to 1906 and produced only in red and blue colors. The tuck and back designs illustrate the intricate style of the early Bicycle® and Russell & Morgan brands.

  • Card back is a reproduction of original art from 1902, and faces feature Bicycle® retro designs
  • Printed on premium Bicycle® brand cardstock
  • Classic Air-Cushion Finish® for ease of shuffling and optimum performance
  • Made in USA
Enjoy the excitement of showing off this early design!

Card stock: Regular
Card finish: Air Cushioned
Printed by: USPCC
Box seal: Yes
Custom faces: No

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BGG Reviewer

I love playing cards that have a vintage look, and this deck fits the bill perfectly. The design from the early 1900s, and this is the BLUE version of the deck (it's also available in RED).

The card backs are a two-way design with a picture of a motorized bicycle on each half. The faces are a departure from modern Bicycle decks and noticeably different. The pips are quite different in style, with a more vintage style. The red of the pips and court cards is a darker maroon than normal. The court cards have a traditional style but look more vintage. Jokers are standard, but the Ace of Spades has a vintage look with a decorated over-sized pip that matches the artwork on the box cover.

A nice historic deck that has modern Bicycle quality and handling, but an older look.