The Dapper Deck (2019 USPCC Edition)

Deck of cards by Vanishing Inc.
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Card stock: Regular
Card finish: Air Cushioned
Printed by: USPCC
Box seal: Yes
Custom faces: Yes
Includes a blank facer: Yes
Includes a double-backer: Yes
Includes matching jokers: Yes


Printed by
USPCC

Air Cushioned
finish

Regular
card stock

Custom faces

Due to popular demand after the first print sold out almost immediately following its release in 2012, The Dapper Deck is back and better than ever!

While it might look like it should be a centerpiece item in your playing card collection, The Dapper Deck was originally designed to be an elegant and affordable playing card alternative for working magicians. With this new version, we’ve continued that mission by moving production to the USPCC. Now manufactured on an unbelievably smooth and flexible crushed stock, The Dapper Deck provides the exceptional handling and durability magicians require.

A blank-faced card and double-backed card are also included in every deck alongside matching Jokers to bolster its card magic possibilities.

In addition to enhanced functionality, The Dapper Deck has some new luxurious features that make it ideal for even the most debonair performers. Each chic deck of cards is enclosed in a breathtaking die-cut card box highlighted by new interior printing and an exclusive custom seal.

The Dapper Deck comes in two gorgeous colors: Orange and Navy Blue. Single decks and bricks (one color and half-and-half) are also available. Anyone who buys more than 12 Dapper Decks will also receive a free collectable brick case.

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Community questions about The Dapper Deck (2019 USPCC Edition)

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  • 1.

    Andrew asks: I got this deck as a present, so could you tell me about the marking system? I have only that deck now, no instructions and explanations yet..

    • 1. Andrew answers: I’m just a blind, sorry, no need in instructions anymore... sorry
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  • 2.

    Wong asks: I love using this deck. but frankly, can you lower the price. pengxxx is not the producer, but they sell it cheaper than you.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Playing Cards responds: They're selling the older version, not printed on USPCC stock. We also offer a Price Match Guarantee so if you ever find the same product on a site for less than we have it at, we'll match the price. Hope that clears it up!
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  • 3.

    Greg asks: Sorry just got these, missing nstrixtions on the marking system?

    • 1. Tony answers: The marking is very easy to read so it does not include the instruction If you can't find the mark, please email to Vanishing, they will be happy to help
    • 2. Tony answers: The marking is very easy to read so it does not include the instruction If you can't find the mark, please email to Vanishing, they will be happy to help
    • 3. Greg answers: Sorry found this immediately, no problems. Thanks
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  • 4.

    Jeff asks: Are the Jokers the same as the original or did you change? Personally I like a more elaborate joker design especially when doing a routine with them.

    • 1. Tony answers: The Jokers are the same original version
    • 2. Tony answers: The Jokers are the same original version
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  • 5.

    Jeff asks: Also, the deck I got which is a couple years old, the boarder width is very inconsistent. Was that corrected? Thank you.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Playing Cards responds: It sounds like you had a slightly misprinted deck before, which can happen with any deck. The ones I've seen have all been good, if you need specifics please email magic@vanishingincmagic.com and I can send a photo of the most recent one I opened up.
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