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Exquisite 8teen Playing Cards EPCC

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Exquisite 8teen Playing Cards EPCC

$39.99 USD
 per 

Exquisite 8teen Playing Cards

Expert Playing Card Company has introduced many innovative features over the years including hot foil on cards, cold foil on cards, flood foil, synthetic tucks and much more. With the release of 8teen the Exquisite brand adds one more new innovation!

After years of searching and trying to accomplish this EPCC has finally managed to print an 18 color deck! That’s right! With an astonishing and unique printing press Expert can now print 9 PMS colors per side! This is a big deal!

This deck is limited to only 500 decks and each is numbered on it’s seal. Each side of the cards are printed 9 PMS and the tuck is also printed 9 PMS outside and 9 PMS inside!

Get a pack of these beauties while you can!

2021 Release

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Jonathan D Meadows
2nd only to Exquisite Fortuna

I'm not sure why this wasn't mentioned in the description of this deck - because to me, this is as big of a deal as the new color printing - but this seems to be a completely new card stock from Expert. At only 0.264mm thick, this card stock is as thin as Cartamundi's B9 slimline stock, but its not as soft. It's just as thin, but snappy and more rigid than B9 Slimline, but not in a bad way. I just dont understand why they arent making a bigger deal of (or even mentioning) the new card stock.

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Jonathan D Meadows
2nd only to Exquisite Fortuna

I'm not sure why this wasn't mentioned in the description of this deck - because to me, this is as big of a deal as the new color printing - but this seems to be a completely new card stock from Expert. At only 0.264mm thick, this card stock is as thin as Cartamundi's B9 slimline stock, but its not as soft. It's just as thin, but snappy and more rigid than B9 Slimline, but not in a bad way. I just dont understand why they arent making a bigger deal of (or even mentioning) the new card stock.