Good and Evil. Right and Wrong. Light and Darkness. Archangels.
Inspired by mythology, crafted by hand, and ripped from the pages of legend, comes a new level of intricate design - the Archangel Playing Cards.
Showcasing a battle of EPIC proportions.
A juxtaposition of good and evil, the Archangels illustrate an epic battle of angels and demons. A close look at the back design reveals a tale of two opposing forces. The angels on the left, and the demons on the right - locked into an eternal stalemate.
We are proud to be one of the very few who have the opportunity to present you this deck of playing cards first. The deck – Estonian heart and European craftsmanship. We are happy to present the Endless Time playing cards.
Created by @alx.fld (Estonia), designed by @kostroman (Estonia) and produced by @cartamundicards (Belgium). The unique design features an hourglass with an endless flow of time. On the back of each card, tuck case and custom crafted suits you can find another iconic mark which symbolizes eternity – the infinity symbol.
Finally it is available in its homeland - Estonia.
An American original, the Bicycle® brand celebrates over 130 years of playing card history with the reproduction of the Autocycle #1 card back design printed from 1901-1906. The intricate back depicts a rider on a motorized bicycle, and the tuck case and tin graphics were inspired by hand-drawn elements from an 1892 Bicycle® Juniors deck.
- Special collector’s tin
- 2 decks of Premium Bicycle® playing cards
- Classic Air-Cushion Finish® for ease of shuffling and optimum performance
A Svengali Deck is a trick deck of cards. Half of the cards are the same size as a regular deck of cards; the other half, are a touch shorter than standard size. These shorter cards all contain the same number and suit on them. The deck has to be put together properly for it to work successfully. When stacking your deck of cards be sure that you alternate between one standard size card and a shorter one. You can shuffle or riffle your deck of cards giving the impression that you are using an ordinary deck. The one thing you can’t do with this deck is allow your audience to inspect them.