LIMITED EDITION : 1,000 Printed All With Numbered Seal (1-1000) - Printed in Metallic Ink on both the BOX and BACK DESIGN.
America, 1608 : The North Ontario Company, or NOC, established fur trades in and around New England and Lake Ontario with the natives of the land. They traded a variety of goods such as knives, hatchets, and beads to the Indians for fur and meat. One of the most sought after recreational goods traded were playing cards, hard to find at the time. A prevalent frontiersman during this era (photoed above) is on the hunt for a certain rare and particular item. This is where our story begins...
Only 1,000 Printed with Metallic Ink
- Printed to perfection by The United States Playing Cards Company
- Metallic TUCK and Metallic INK on Back Design Used in Printing
- Marked for clubs, hearts, spades, and diamonds.
- Watch The Film: https://youtu.be/umavEEumDp4