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3359

From 1885 - 2015. Celebrating 130 Years of Playing Cards.

The Wheel No. 1 card back design was originally introduced in 1887. This was one of the first few designs used under the Bicycle® brand name. This design was available in red, blue, green, and brown. It remained in print until 1907, when the three-pronged symbol in the center was replaced with a 4-pronged symbol that made the card symmetrical.

Every Bicycle® playing card deck is specially crafted so that you can trust Bicycle® cards performance hand after hand. Great for all card games. Great for all players.

Available in both Red and Blue. Order 2 decks and receive one of each color. These are packaged in cases of 6. If you purchase 6 you will receive it in an unopened case with 3 of each color.

Made in the USA.

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