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New T Playing Cards

Deck of cards by TCC Playing Card Co.
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Custom faces: No
Card finish: Air Cushioned
Printed by: USPCC
Box seal: No
Card stock: Regular

Printed by USPCC
Printed by
USPCC
Card finish
Air Cushioned
finish
Card stock
Regular
card stock
Faces
Standard faces

New T Playing Cards

5.00 usd

Deck of cards by TCC Playing Card Co. ($5.00)

Out of stock. Email me when new stock arrives.

A spectacular classic made better!

When TCC Playing Card Company first released their T Series Playing Cards, they became an instant success. In just three months, more than 20,000 units were sold. Despite this prosperity, TCC is always striving to improve their offerings. As a result, the company has carefully redesigned their signature deck of cards and is proud to present the New T Playing Cards.

Manufactured by the United States Playing Card Company on insanely flexible and smooth Q1 paper with an air-cushion finish, these playing cards handle like an absolute dream. Cardists and magicians alike are sure to absolutely love these playing cards.

FISM World Champion and America’s Got Talent Winner Shin Lim has personally endorsed New T Playing Cards, and you can see them in action in the trailer above.

New T Playing Cards come in two gorgeous colors: Black and Wine Red. Each version includes two special gaff cards for extra card magic potential.

 

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  • Ron asks: And the 2 gaff cards are what, exactly?

    • 1. Guy answers: They are no longer the 2 gaff cards in the video, shame, I bought both black & wine, not as advertised by TCC
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