Bicycle 1800 Vintage Series Playing Cards

Apr 23, 2014

Category: Living

It’s tough to have that smoky, old time vibe going on for your poker night when the felt on the table is factory fresh, the seal on the whiskey bottle is barely broken, and the cards have nary a dent in them. You’re on your own for the first two, but these Bicycle 1800 Vintage Series Playing Cards will do the trick nicely for conveying that lived-in look at your next Texas Hold ‘Em tourney.

Make no mistake, these genuine Bicycle cards are brand new, but their distressed look makes it seem like they were used by guys with names like Stanley, Theodore, and Mortimer, maybe with Eleanor coming in to offer the boys a little postgame whoopee. They’re made in the USA, and they probably make cheesy card tricks look much cooler too. [Purchase]

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