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Show who's calling the shots with the MADE Silver Edition deck. These exquisite tuck boxes are foiled stamped and feature stunning hand-illustrated designs of the power and wealth that is all Mafia.
Silver Edition Tuck Box: This elegant tuck box features a compelling design of an ominous mob boss housed within a spade stamped in silver foil, encased by a white background symbolic of the secret society that largely works unnoticed.
No expense has been spared with these stylish decks. After all, if you're going to wreak havoc, look good doing it!
Each deck features a pinstripe pattern calling back the era of lavish style and dangerously good looks.
We had to do the family justice by creating cards that capture the lure of their underground world. The face cards are beautifully hand-illustrated with special attention given to each design.
Hand-Drawn Illustrations - Silver Edition:
King of Spades:The thin mustache and hidden eyes of this regal King says it all. His guarded nature makes him a master at bluffs.
Queen of Spades:The lady of the house keeps the boys in-line with her stylish bob and fashionable headpiece. Exuding status with her ruby red lips and layered necklace, this lady will show you how to win victory with style.
Jack of Spades:Cool as a cucumber, this hired hit man knows how to defend and win in style.
Ace of Diamonds:The shattered glass of this red mobster mobile draws attention away from the bullet holes that riddle the car's front. Ride all the way to your victory with far less damage.
King of Diamonds:Smoking his cigar with a black overcoat casually draped over his shoulders, this muscle is ready to show he knows how to get his hands dirty.
Jack of Diamonds:This standup friend of ours took a bullet protecting the boss. Loyal like no other, let him work your next game.
Queen of Diamonds:As beautiful as she is deadly, this mob wife is prepared to help you put your best face forward.
The geometric design of the Silver Edition card backs enclose a central pillar that is symbolic of both an impressive city skyscraper and the architecture of a family on the rise.