Bicycle Muralis Playing Cards
The court cards are re-colored traditional court cards, echoing the colors found on the tuck and card backs for a seamless design. The faces are fully playable with the heart and diamond pips in traditional red, and the spade and club pips in their traditional black color, so they are easily recognizable during play.
All Bicycle playing cards are made in the USA with Bicycle's classic Air Cushion finish. This gives playing cards a linen-like feel and allows cards to glide smoothly off one another during shuffling, dealing, and flourishing.
These Bicycle Playing Cards are not only a beautiful statement piece on your coffee table, but are also perfect for playing your favorite card games - from Rummy to Spoons, Spades to Euchre, Hearts to Blackjack, and hundreds of others.
- TRUSTED SINCE 1885 - Bicycle Playing Cards have been the trusted brand for an exceptional playing card experience for over 135 years!
- CLASSIC AIR CUSHION® FINISH - Superior performance in your hands and on the table using our proprietary finish that provides unmatched playability
- PRINTED ON PREMIUM BICYCLE® BRAND CARDSTOCK - Our legendary card stock provides great performance and durability
- ELEVATE CARD GAMES - Bicycle Playing Cards make perfect cards for Rummy, Spades, Hearts, Blackjack and hundreds of other card games
- UNIQUE PLAYING CARDS - Bicycle Playing Cards with a touch of luxury. Utilizing rich colors on the packaging, a beautiful card back, and specially designed court cards
- FUN, PREMIUM DESIGN - This deck of Bicycle Playing Cards is a showstopper that will standout in your collection. Suitable for any card game or as a decorative piece in your home when not being used
- PRINTED WITH NON-TOXIC, PLANT-BASED INKS - Printed with non-toxic, plant-based inks to limit our environmental impact and ensure consumer safety
- FULLY RECYCLABLE PLAYING CARDS - All the playing cards in the box are completely recyclable and made from sustainably forested FSC-Certified paper fibers
- MADE IN THE USA - Proudly produced in Erlanger, Kentucky by The United States Playing Card Company