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Main collection NFT owners will be offered exclusive perks including a physical deck of cards, access to select exclusive events, presales and whitelists of future Bicycle NFTs and physical decks. The physical deck will only be offered to NFT primary sale buyers. There will be no reprints and the deck will not be sold separately from the NFT.You will be sent an NFT from the main 8008 Genesis Bicycle with a random mint number collection to your Kolectiv account, please make sure you enter your Kolectiv username correctly in the cart upon checkout. It will appear in your Kolectiv collection within a few minutes.Physical decks will ship within 45 days of purchase. They will be shipped prepaid FedEx Tracked. Please note FedEx does not deliver to PO boxes.Additional Product Links can be found below:

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Perhaps one of the most interesting historical stories is that of the Ace of Spades. During the Viet Nam war, the USPCC printed thousands of these cards and sent them over to troops during the war. The reasoning was that the Viet Cong were suspicious of the Ace of Spades believing it to be the symbol of death. American soldiers would scatter the cards throughout the jungle and villages during their raids. In fact the Viet Cong had no suspicions about the card initially, but the story and the cards helped with soldier morale. Cards were also printed for the Gulf War in 1991 but this war was short, and the cards never saw battle.

Bicycle Playing Cards is a brand of playing cards. Since 1885, the Bicycle brand has been manufactured by the United States Printing Company, which, in 1894, became the United States Playing Card Company (USPCC), now based in Erlanger, Kentucky. "Bicycle" is a trademark of that company. The name Bicycle was chosen to reflect the popularity of the bicycle at the end of the 19th century.[1][2]

Bicycle cards follow the pattern of the French deck, containing 52 cards (13 in each of two red and two black suits), and include two jokers. The Bicycle trademark is printed on the ace of spades. Current decks contain two information/instruction cards as well.

Bicycle playing cards are sold in a variety of designs, the most popular being the Rider Back design. They are available with standard indexes in poker size (3.5 by 2.5 inches [8.9 cm 6.4 cm]), bridge size (3.5 by 2.25 inches [8.9 cm 5.7 cm]), and pinochle decks, "Jumbo Index" poker decks and Lo Vision cards that are designed for the visually impaired. Other types of cards with varying backs, sizes, colors and custom designs are produced for magic tricks and as novelty and collectors' items.

During World War II, cards were produced that could be peeled apart when submerged in water. Portions of a large map could be drawn on the inside surfaces, and the halves were then reassembled to form an innocuous-looking deck. These cards were supplied to POWs for use in escapes. At least one example of such a deck is known to exist, and is on display at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Modern reproductions have been sold in limited editions.[5]

The company provided crates of Ace of Spades cards for U.S. soldiers in the Vietnam War. It was erroneously believed that the Viet Cong regarded this particular card as a symbol of death and would flee at the sight of it. In actuality, it initially meant nothing to the Viet Cong, but the belief that the enemy was afraid of the cards improved the U.S. soldiers' morale.[6] The origin of the cards is attributed to a letter written by a Lt. Charles W. Brown in early 1966 to Allison F. Stanley, the President of the United States Playing Card Company. Brown had read remarks from Congressman Craig Hosmer of California that the Viet Cong held superstitions of bad luck with pictures of women and the Ace of Spades. The Bicycle design of this card featured an image of the Goddess of Liberty combined with the spade. Upon conferring with other lieutenants, Brown asked for 1,000 Aces of Spades for his company to leave for the enemy to find, as an indication that American troops had been in the area. Stanley was sympathetic to the soldiers and pulled cards from the production line to send free of charge. The story was reported by several news outlets, including the Stars and Stripes; as a result, more units began to request cards. The symbol was eventually included in the official psychological warfare operations, and thousands of special decks containing only Aces of Spades were donated by the card company to soldiers that purposely scattered them throughout the jungle and villages during raids.[6] Similar cards were produced during the Gulf War in 1991, immediately prior to the invasion of Iraq by US forces. Due to the short duration of the conflict, these cards never saw battle.[6]

You can spend a great deal of money on expensive designer playing cards. Many of the limited edition decks become collectable investments, but that shouldn't be your son's first goal when training as a magician. You want a solid, well performing deck of playing cards that he can use to work on his card technique.

Bicycle cards are perfect for most magic tricks. They perform really well, are cheap to buy, and because of the Bicycle Cards UV-500 AirFlow finish they will be easy to handle. Cheap playing cards that are sold in many high street shops tend to not be Bicycle cards. They are often smaller in size because they are designed for playing Bridge rather than Poker. Although they are very cheap, they tend to ruined fast, stick together in clumps, and bend easily.

If you son starts his magic practice with 'Bikes' he will be building up his 'feel' for the cards right from the start. As he adds gimmicked decks or special cards to his card work, he will be able to include these without trouble as he is already using the standard deck most professional magicians use.

Yes i agree that skills are more important.If you have the required skills then you can perform magic with any cards.But if you are a beginner then you should select bicycle cards as they are very cheap and easily available and very easy to handle.

Founded in 2002,Merz 67 has gained the reputation for service and commitment to customer satisfaction all across the globe. Our competitive pricing allows us to be the place to buy playing cards. We feature a line of quality merchandise including but not limited to Bicycle Playing Cards, Kem Cards, Congress Cards, Theory 11 Cards, Ellusionist Playing Cards, Karnival Cards, NFL Shop, Magic Supplies, Home Goods, Toys, Clocks, Gag Prank Gifts, More!

EffectFor those times you need a playing card just a little larger than the rest, these jumbo cards are equivalent to four poker-sized cards placed next to each other.Dimensions Approximately 4 1/2" x 7" (11.5cm x 17.75cm)Note: Deck Box has been updated to the new Standard Bicycle Deck Box. NO JOKERS

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Do you remember learning your first card game? How about winning at an old-fashioned game of solitaire? Or that holiday tradition of Gin Rummy after dinner? Since 1885, Bicycle playing cards have been a part of household gaming. Known for its quality and rich heritage, Bicycle playing cards have been bringing people together for generations. 041b061a72


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