Ask Alexander Playing Cards

Deck of cards by Conjuring Arts
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Card stock: Regular
Card finish: Air Cushioned
Printed by: USPCC
Box seal: Yes
Custom faces: No
Includes matching jokers: Yes

Printed by USPCC
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Card finish
Air Cushioned
Card stock
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Standard faces

Ask Alexander Playing Cards

5.99 usd

Deck of cards by Conjuring Arts (5.99)

In stock.

The Conjuring Arts Center and M. Stutzman—the renowned artist known for his work on David Blaine’s iconic posters and playing cards—present the elegant and imaginative Ask Alexander Playing Cards. This deck is a beautiful addition to any collection but also holds a few deviously hidden elements that card magicians are sure to enjoy.

When it comes to creating custom playing cards, Conjuring Arts does NOT MESS AROUND. They made numerous trips to the USPCC factory during the development of the Ask Alexander Playing Cards to ensure they were held to the highest possible standards.

This deck is printed on the finest casino-quality paper and cut in the same way as previous Conjuring Art’s decks to guarantee flawless handling and painless faro shuffles. Astute collectors may also notice the amazing back design is heavily influenced by the own-way design from the Bulldog Squeezers and the exquisite luxury of Angel Back Squeezers.

Whether a cardist, magician or playing card collector—Ask Alexander Playing Cards are a deck of cards you simply cannot miss out on!

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  • Alan asks: Is there anywhere we can get a list of those "deviously hidden elements" on these cards? I have a deck already and have found some, but I don't know if I've found all of them. There were no instructions given with the cards.

    • 1. Bruce answers: Magic Orthodoxy did a review of the deck, noting the one-way features front and back and the design of the faces of the court cards.
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