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Butterfly Black Gilded Playing Cards Cartamundi

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Butterfly Black Gilded Playing Cards Cartamundi

Butterfly Black Gilded Playing Cards

Available in unmarked and marked, not sold as a set

Thanks to its black edge-printing, the Black and White edition has a classy stealth look that feels like it's been made of materials from another planet.

Classy Black-printed edges! A black edge is a beautiful edge. But it's well known that black edge-printing interferes with how cards feel and the smoothness of fanning.

With the help of Cartamundi, we are working with edge-printing specialists in France whose work not only protects the quality of the cards, but enhances the pack's magical features, and defends against humidity and hand moisture that so often weakens un-edge-printed cards along their vulnerable edges.

The marked edition contains 54 cards, a double-backer, and an instructional card which explains the marking systems.

The unmarked edition contains 54 cards and a blank face card.

All Butterfly Playing Cards Black decks are printed by Cartamundi on Slimline card stock with the True Linen B9 finish.

What is the difference between the marked and unmarked cards?

The marked Butterfly deck will empower you to perform miracles not possible with any other deck of cards in the world. So if this is your goal, go for marked.

If you're looking for luxurious cards to play card games with, the marked cards would not be suitable, so go for unmarked.

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Kevin Stokes
Butterfly Black Gilded

Absolutely Stunning. From the Tuck Box to the Designs. Someone put a lot of work into these. These are definitely in my top 5 of all decks I have ever seen. I've got one that's still sealed and one that I've opened. I love them.

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hunter
like magic

i think this is a good deck i use it all the time for magic tricks and cardestry and it also looks nice when on display

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Terry Quan
Back in Black

Among the 3 new colour ways, i think the Black and White is the easiest to read the marking system. though they are not gilded (which is a huge disappointment) they do handle pretty welk

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