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Cards for Kings

Posted on October 10, 2012 by Chris Ballinger There have been 1 comment(s)

Magic Geek is proud to offer the new Limited Edition Black Label Baroque Deck by the USPPC and Criss Angel. This deck takes the original gray version of the Baroque deck (which is an awesome deck by the way) and takes them to a whole new level.

As usual, when we here at Magic Geek get excited about something, we do something crazy in response. Such is the case with the Black Label Baroques. The following video cannot be described in words, so you might as well just watch:

The Baroque deck features a beautiful, hand-drawn back design and superior air-cushion finish. It is available in three different incarnations:

Gray Edition
Features the original design work in a charcoal gray color with dark double Baroque Symbol jokers. At first glance, this is a classy custom deck of playing cards. When you look deeper, you find hidden Criss Angel initials, Skulls and winged cherubs lurking in the shadows.

Criss Angel Baroque Deck

Uncut Baroque Deck
This is a poster-sized full sheet of Baroque Cards. You'll find the whole deck including jokers and advertising cards still in-tact on the card stock with the air-cushion finish. It looks amazing framed or hung as-is on the wall.

Baroque Deck Uncut Sheet

Black Label
This one is beyond classy. Sleek, black box with no printing aside from the custom deck seal. The back design is more saturated with dark, black ink extenuating the beautiful design work.

Baroque Deck Black Label

The Baroque deck, in any form, is an excellent addition to any card collection and we truly are excited to be one of the few stores in the world that caries them. They really are fit for a king... even a silly one that makes it rain with gold doubloons.

baroque deck king of cards

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1 Response to Cards for Kings

  • Ed, the Magician

    I don't normally like all the different cards that come keep being released but I like those.
    I especially like the plain black cover. Nice.

    Posted on October 24, 2012 at 6:00 am