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A series of illustrated playing cards by Jackson Robinson, inspired by the currencies of the world starting with the US and China.
A series of illustrated playing cards by Jackson Robinson, inspired by the currencies of the world starting with the US and China.
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Legacy and Standard Deck Upgrades

Posted by Jackson Robinson (Creator)
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Hey guys! I just wanted to give you a quick and exciting announcement of upgrades I'm adding on to both the Standard Decks and the Legacy sets!

Standard Deck Upgrades

Each Standard US & Chinese deck will have a custom numbered seal.

Legacy Set Upgrades

Each Legacy case will be inlayed with each country's 2 inch dealer coin into the outside of the case. 

Also each Legacy Deck will receive a Legacy unique numbered seal on the deck inside.

Below is an example of a wooden case I did for the Independence series that will be similar to how the Legacy coins will be inlaid into the case.

These upgrades will be at NO extra cost!

 

 

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    1. Marcus Collaborator on

      The coin will be glued on. I do believe we'll be able to give you a choice of which side to display.

    2. Justin Olson
      Superbacker
      on

      Are the coins removable?

    3. K.W on

      Thank you JR, appreciate it the clarification.

      So the coins will be on the front of the cases. Should look amazing!

    4. Jackson Robinson 30-time creator on

      @double_left

      The coin should not affect the outside seal/label. If it does it will only move moved slightly to accommodate the 2inch coin. The numbered seal on the deck itself is an additional upgrade that is separate from the outside case seal/label.

    5. K.W on

      JR,
      .
      Will the country's 2 inch dealer coin be inlayed on the front or back of the case?
      &
      Will the 2" coin effect the outside deck seal that was shown to us initially? Is this why the unique numbered seal is on the inside now?
      .
      Thanks,