Vintage Feel Jerry's Nugget v2 Steel Playing Cards
To celebrate Jerry's Nugget's 50th anniversary we have married the Jerry Nugget design with an incredible pearlescent steel grey to create a metallic masterpiece.
In collaboration with Expert Playing Card Company (EPCC) and Jerry's Nugget Las Vegas; Murphy's Magic has jointly created the strongest color possible, Vintage Feel Jerry's Nuggets (Steel) Playing Cards.
Like steel, these cards last over time, and feel smooth in your hand.
The LIMITED Vintage Feel paper, the traditional cut, and the exclusive JN FINISH will make you swear it is one of the original decks.
The world's most iconic deck of cards ever to be created. Now Jerry's Nuggets Playing Cards are your EVERYDAY cards!
In 1970, Jerry's Nugget Casino printed what would become one of the most collectible playing card decks ever manufactured by the United States Playing Card Company (USPCC). They made them for the tables but opted not to use them and put them in storage for 20 years! Playing card expert, Lee Asher, recognized the unique quality and feel of these cards and began evangelizing about them. In due course, Jerry's Nugget playing cards became legendary.
By the fall of 1999, these cards sold out, yet the demand continued to grow. Today, authentic Jerry's Nugget cards are among the most desirable and expensive modern decks on the market.
- Vintage Feel edition printed by EPCC
- Traditionally cut
- Featuring the traditional long tongue flap, red tear strip, and the off-center tax stamp seal
- Original back and face design, including the original Jokers and Ace of Spades
- Printed EPCC's JN Finish - the closest feel to the original Jerry's!
- Priced low so that Jerry's can be your everyday carry
- 2020 Release
Produced by Expert Playing Card Company overseas, these Vintage Feel decks feature our famous JN FINISH! JN Finish is a firmer card stock. We believe these cards will be as close to the originals as anyone has been able to achieve! We've also managed to replicate the off-center seal, the iconic red tear strip, AND the popular long tongue-flap! As noted, the bottom of the tuck, they will be clearly marked so these decks cannot be confused with the original 1970 decks.