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Before receiving shipment of the decks, we had the over-run of sheets pulled off the presses and shipped to us separately as staff mementos, ensuring that exactly 5000 decks were created. This shipment of sheets was delivered to our wholesale warehouse in May, 2011, and somehow remained unopened until recently.
With a massive line-up of playing cards being released this year, space in our warehouses is currently at a premium and the decision was made to let these exquisite sheets go. Now is your opportunity to obtain a rare Red Artifice uncut sheets - while they're still available.
It's been nearly four years since we last offered uncut sheets on our website. At that time, we were selling them for between $150 and $250 a sheet. We only have limited numbers of each design left - some as few as 25 sheets, some never to be printed again.
These are genuine playing card sheets - pulled off the presses at the United States Playing Card Company before they had a chance to be cut and packaged in boxes. They will ship separately from the rest of your order via USPS, carefully rolled in hard protective mailing tubes.
Please note; Ships unframed. While every precaution is taken to safely pack these, some minor scuffs, scratches or creases may occur at the extreme edges of the sheets. As these blemishes are unavoidable - and generally covered during the mounting process, Ellusionist will not accept returns for these items. That said - if there is damage that makes the sheet unusable, we will gladly replace it for you.
Beautiful, gorgeous, and above all else rare and elegant. Made even more rare now that all the Red Artifice decks have sold.
Stunning doesn't even come close to describing this uncut sheet. I am trying to figure out how I can frame it so that I can show both sides. This will be interesting! Thank you Ellusionist!
So happy I was able to get one of these. Since I only own 1 Red Artifice deck, I did not want to open them. The Red Artifice is my all time favorite deck of cards. If I could have 144 of them and use 'um all the time, I would! At least I can admire how they look with this uncut sheet hanging on my wall.