Skip to product information
Sold out

Tycoon Ming Blue Playing Cards USPCC

$12.95 USD
 per 
View full details

Tycoon Ming Blue Playing Cards USPCC

$12.95 USD
 per 

Tycoon Ming Blue Playing Cards

LUXURY HAS NO LIMITS 

Premium, designer playing cards produced in collaboration with Steve Cohen, "The Millionaires’ Magician,” star of Chamber Magic®, a headline show at the prestigious Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City

Crisp Intricate Details:  FROM BOXES TO BACKS 

The legendary Waldorf Astoria, a gathering place for royalty and the ultra-wealthy, demands only the finest for its upscale clientele. 

Distinctive Faces:  NO DETAIL LEFT UNTOUCHED 

Featuring court cards licensed from Fournier in Villareal de Álava, Spain, the Jacks, Queens, and Kings have skin tone faces - joined by an elegant, debonair Joker and Ace of Spades. 

Custom Seal.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
50%
(3)
33%
(2)
17%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
P
P. W. Dennis
Distinctive Deck

I like this deck overall. Nice tuck case. The backs have a classic style which I like. The deck comes with two jokers, one colored and one black and white Also included is a double backer and an ad card.

I like the courts with the flesh tone faces -- similar to Piatnik court cards. They also have nice large pips inside the court frame. The custom Ace of Spade is also classic.

E
Elizabeth Nissen
Very nice

Classic Theory 11... the tuck box is absolutely beautiful though I like it less than the black and white. I love the card back design much better. The deck handles wonderfully. I wish there were some variation in the decks other than the color of the decks themselves. It would have been nice if those colors were reflected in the decks, in the clothing of the court cards or jokers, for instance

S
Sariah Bird
Great Cards

Super stylish and classy. These are great looking cards. They handle well, and feel great. Definitely worth the buy.

M
Michael
Great Quality

The Tycoon Ming Blue Playing Cards printed by USPCC is a great quality deck with a beautiful tuck case and cards that are not overdone and can be used in a standard playing card game.

T
TimB
Decent

I would call this deck decent because once again from Theory11, we have a tremendous tuck and a lack luster back design. I was hoping that the back design was as great as the tuck.

Recently viewed products