The Parlour Playing Cards

Deck of cards by Stockholm17 Playing Cards
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Card stock: Regular
Printed by: Cartamundi
Box seal: No
Custom faces: No
Card finish: B9 true linen finish

Printed by Cartamundi
Printed by
Cartamundi
Card finish
B9 true linen finish
finish
Card stock
Regular
card stock
Faces
Standard faces

The Parlour Playing Cards

17.00 usd

Deck of cards by Stockholm17 Playing Cards ($17.00)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Tuesday morning

Expertly Designed by Stockholm17. Artfully printed by Cartamundi with tuck cases by Oath Playing Cards. Endorsed by some the finest magicians and cardists in the world, and finely crafted for card enthusiasts just like you. The Parlour Playing Cards deck will be printed by Cartamundi on crushed paper stock using their proprietary B9 true linen finish. Although it is a standard-looking deck designed to perform and to play with, the Parlour deck features many improvements, refinements and details:

  • Improved and customized Court cards designed to be instantly recognizable yet, upon closer inspection, reveal unique refinements.
  • Custom Ace of Spades
  • Illustrated Jokers: Sir Fox, proprietor of playing cards and Shakespeare the Cat, street artist and entertainer extraordinaire.
  • Bold hand designed index designed for easy legibility.
  • Gaff card (to be determined by you!)
  • Showcase ad card crafted in a vintage look with handmade typography.
  • Ivory background to the cards (rather than stark white) that gives a subtle, vintage feel.
  • Mnemonica deck order out of the box, for magicians and mentalists (see uncut sheet layout below).
  • Classic mirrored back design with TGW Monogram Spade, Rhinoceros Beetles and Damask pattern.
  • Designed by Stockholm17 Playing Cards, Sweden
 

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  • Treven asks: Is VanishingInc not getting the red deck? Really want the red ones! Thanks!

    • 1. Tony answers: The red option is available now :D
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  • Treven asks: when it says gaff card to be determined by you, how will we get to decide that? Thanks!

    • 1. Tony answers: I have no idea about that. As far as I know if the funding over 700% they will do a gaff pack
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  • Treven asks: Hi any idea when they’ll start shipping? Thanks!

    • 1. Tony answers: Next time, please email to magic@vanishingincmagic.com for this kind of question. As far as I know the deck will be shipped at the end of October 2019
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  • Richard asks: Will you be getting the the Black Parlour decks in the future?

    • 1. Tony answers: Did you mention the Limited Black edition? if so, we expect it will restock on Boc 25, 2019. Next time, please email to magic@vanishingincmagic.com for this kind of question
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Customer reviews for The Parlour Playing Cards

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Garry

WoW, from the Tuc case inside and out, back and front, its amazing. The court cards have an unusuall but subtle design work, plus the pips are rich in colour, including subtle but different font design too. one court card holding a reveall, two different but really cool looking jokers. Due to the cut, this deck is not good for doing the farro shuffle, and not much of a spring action either. Its worth cheking out the inside bottom off the tuc case, and one of the flaps has a reveall too. Would of been good if the tuc case was made stronger, no black seal which is great, were the seal would normally go, there is a V cut out, and a gold symbol is showing from the flap instead. As its an amazing tuc case, and deck too. If you want to put Bling on your top shelf, then the parlour deck is the one to put up there. Warning, if you do, then dim the lights first, if you get a deck you will no what i mean.

The Parlour Playing Cards by Stockholm17 Playing Cards