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Bicycle | Made in the USA

Sep 17th, 2010 | Categories: Made in the USA | by Michael Williams

A fellow Clevelander sent me these cards from the United States Playing Card Company (good name) and I couldn’t resist posting them. Added bonus, they are made right here in the USA and hold a place on the old American List. [The United States Playing Card Company]

Comments: 16

16 Comments to “Bicycle | Made in the USA”

  1. kiya
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 2:51 PM

    That back design is great on those…
    This the same company that supplies all the casinos?

  2. B.deR. West
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 3:33 PM

    If those are the Bicycle Limited Edition Series No. 2, I just bought a pack because of this post! That design is EXQUISITE!

  3. Victor
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 3:33 PM

    Those look great. Did it list a name on the box? I know some sleight of hand artists that would really dig that style over at theory11.

  4. JonIndia™
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 3:45 PM

    the design on the back looks pretty cool

  5. The Dude
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 4:39 PM

    Bicycle kicks Bee’s ass.

  6. TMH
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 4:49 PM

    Really like the linen finish

  7. evencleveland
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 7:12 PM

    I’m so glad you like them. I always find it useful to have a quality deck on hand for those evenings when you want to have a few cold ones and play a little euchre with friends.

  8. Michael Williams
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 7:19 PM

    Euchre! Way to rep the middle west. Thanks again!

  9. editor
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 7:24 PM

    i think i’m due for a new deck.

  10. E. Elizabeth
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 9:20 PM

    All of Bicycle’s are great great great. During college, I paled around with a girl who was apprenticing with an Atlantic City stage magician who told me that all the pros will only use Bicycle brand cards- for both visual impact and quality.

  11. Andrea
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 9:54 PM

    Way back in the last century the folks at Bicycle very kindly photocopied some antique cards in their collection for me when I sent them a note enquiring about them. This made a very big impression on me.

  12. Jason Normore
    on Sep 17th, 2010
    @ 9:58 PM

    Beautiful cards!

  13. Josh
    on Sep 18th, 2010
    @ 12:10 PM

    What series is this set of cards? The back design looks like the Limited Edition Series 2, but the finish here appears almost like linen. Searches on the internets don’t show the LE Series 2 with the same back finish.

  14. Scott G
    on Sep 18th, 2010
    @ 3:18 PM

    Great post. When I was a young boy my great uncle worked for USPC in Cincinnati. When they visited us he always brought us decks of cards in all shapes and sizes. I had forgotten about them until I saw this. Thank you!

  15. benjamin
    on Sep 19th, 2010
    @ 12:07 PM

    Would love to know the series and/or where to order as these are beautiful. No results are coming up via google search for this specific deck.

  16. Richard
    on Sep 20th, 2010
    @ 10:56 AM

    If you’re interested in playing cards, you should check out the ones at theory11: I’ve bought a few decks from the them over the years.

    Standard Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with theory11.