Starting at: $7.95First released over 100 years ago! These limited edition playing cards are available once again in both red and black with a choice of an Ivory (smooth) or Cambric (embossed) feel. Produced by the Conjuring Arts Research Center and printed by the United States Playing Card Co.
In collaboration with M. Stutzman, artist for David Blaine’s wonderful playing cards and posters, the Conjuring Arts bring you the offical Ask Alexander deck. Featuring numerous diabolical properties and an elegant, cunning design, this is a deck that you will be proud to have with you in magical endeavors, as well as an excellent addition to your card collection.
The Ask Alexander deck is printed on the finest casino paper and to the highest standards available at the United States Playing Card Company. The cards are cut in the same fashion as all Conjuring Arts decks to facilitate smooth handling and effortless faro shuffles.
This updated edition to one of Conjuring Arts best selling (and sold out!) decks features alterations to the design for aesthetic as well as deceptive purposes. The cards feature a modified Acorn back design in green, with faces representative of the 1902 period.
These cards are printed on casino-grade paper for true Aristocat® quality. They went through a special finishing process to create a thin, strong, and very springy playing card.
$7.95Produced by The Conjuring Arts Research Center, the Smith Back No. 2 design is exceptional! This white and blue deck is a unique hybrid design that can be used for gambling routines and sleights, as well as effects that require or benefit from white borders. These commemorative decks, designed by Guy Hollingworth, were printed on the US Playing Card Co. web press using Bee® Casino paper with a special coating to ensure optimal handling and durability.
$9.95After months of anticipation the Bee® Acorn Back is finally available once again, this time in black and metallic silver. Featuring Guy Hollingworth’s wonderful Acorn back design with a black and metallic silver detailing. These cards are printed on casino-grade paper for true Aristocat® quality with a Cambric finish. They went through a special finishing process to create a thin, strong, and very springy playing card. Available in Cambric finish only.