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Bicycle Pluma Deck (Orange)

by US Playing Card Co.

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Collectibles
Media Type: Deck of Cards
Publisher: US Playing Card Co.

Product Description

The Pluma Deck features a blend of tribal and avian imagery, and is an updated version of a historic plate in the Bicycle® archives.

The Pluma Deck features original artwork on the tuck, card back and the Ace of Spades. These decks were printed in the USA at the United States Playing Card Company and printed on premium stock with a quality finish.
Date Added: Jan 4th, 2015
MLA SKU: 54a889c24a079


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Official Review

January 7th, 2015 3:42am
Reviewed by Stuart Philip
The Pluma cards come in two colors; blue and orange. The design of the backs, the tuck, and the court cards are exquisite. This deck (particularly the Blue) is a favorite of mine.

The cards are printed on standard Bicycle 808 stock and have the same feel and finish as your everyday Bikes. However, the design and shape of the pips are different (they are less rounded) than your regular rider backs and the red color in the pips are flatter, and not as bright as the standard riders.

Also, the corner index pips are significantly smaller than what you are used to if you carry standard riders and the court card art is different. First off, the court cards are printed in only a few colors, all of which are similar and make the pictures almost look monochromatic. The Blue Plumas are printed in light blue, brown, black, white and a darker, but flat blue. The Orange Plumas are printed in light orange, brown, black, white and a darker, but flat orange. The court card portraits... [Read More]

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