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Triplicate No. 18 Red Playing Cards Deck USPCC

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Triplicate No. 18 Red Playing Cards Deck USPCC

$11.99 USD
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The Triplicate No.18 deck was the first of its kind. Andrew Dougherty was granted a U.S. Patent for the Triplicate feature which was a miniature card placed in the top left and bottom right corners. It was a revolution in the way cards could be held and viewed. The decorative ace of spades and the wrapper for the first No.18 Triplicate deck showed a fanned hand of cards with the triplicate miniature indices viewable on each card.

The United States Playing card company has worked with us during the  restoration of this beautiful piece of history. We have been working with USPCC for over 6 months researching archives, designing and formatting. Hundreds of hours have been put into re-drawing the art for these cards to bring this treasure back to life. 

The tuck box, back design and ace of spades have been approved by the United States playing card company as the restored art work for the deck. A. Dougherty® is a registered trademark of The United Stated Playing Card Company.  

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EndersGame
A fine replica of a very unusual deck from 1876

These decks are replicas from a deck that appeared in 1876, which is when indices were just starting to appear on playing cards. The publisher, Andrew Dougherty and Company, offered an alternative: "triplicates". This concept involved a miniature card face printed on the opposite corners of each card. The idea never caught on, making it a very unique deck. These replicas were produced by Home Run Games, and are a very fine handling edition printed by USPCC, so they look and handle well. This particular deck has red backs, and there's also one available with blue backs with a slightly different design.

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Carl McCaskey
Cool historically designed deck

Not much else to say except if you like historically-inspired decks then you really need to add this one to your collection.

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EndersGame
A fine replica of a very unusual deck from 1876

These decks are replicas from a deck that appeared in 1876, which is when indices were just starting to appear on playing cards. The publisher, Andrew Dougherty and Company, offered an alternative: "triplicates". This concept involved a miniature card face printed on the opposite corners of each card. The idea never caught on, making it a very unique deck. These replicas were produced by Home Run Games, and are a very fine handling edition printed by USPCC, so they look and handle well. This particular deck has red backs, and there's also one available with blue backs with a slightly different design.

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Carl McCaskey
Cool historically designed deck

Not much else to say except if you like historically-inspired decks then you really need to add this one to your collection.

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Based on 2 reviews
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EndersGame
A fine replica of a very unusual deck from 1876

These decks are replicas from a deck that appeared in 1876, which is when indices were just starting to appear on playing cards. The publisher, Andrew Dougherty and Company, offered an alternative: "triplicates". This concept involved a miniature card face printed on the opposite corners of each card. The idea never caught on, making it a very unique deck. These replicas were produced by Home Run Games, and are a very fine handling edition printed by USPCC, so they look and handle well. This particular deck has red backs, and there's also one available with blue backs with a slightly different design.

C
Carl McCaskey
Cool historically designed deck

Not much else to say except if you like historically-inspired decks then you really need to add this one to your collection.