GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Playing Cards

The most expensive playing cards can cost up to $50,000, with exclusive designs, materials, and limited editions contributing to their high value.

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"The Ultimate Deck by Dan and Dave, designed by Stranger & Stranger, can be valued at $150 or more."

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"The Black Ghost deck by Ellusionist is often priced at $50-$150 in secondary markets."

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"Decks from the Smoke & Mirrors series by Dan and Dave can sometimes be valued at over $100."

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"The Jerry's Nugget playing cards, produced in the 1970s, can fetch prices of up to several thousand dollars for an unopened deck."

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"The Gold Edition Arcane deck is valued at approximately $75-$125."

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"Some rare vintage decks can reach auction prices of $1,000 or more."

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"The Karnival Fatal playing cards are priced around $30-$60 due to their limited print and elaborate design."

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"The Folio Society's limited edition literary-themed playing cards can range from $50-$150."

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"Rare, autographed decks can often fetch significantly higher prices, sometimes exceeding $1,000."

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"A limited-edition deck by David Blaine's White Lions series can sell for around $100-$200."

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"Some Kickstarter-funded playing card projects, due to their limited print runs, can sell out quickly and see prices surge above $200."

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"The Sultan Treasury deck, known for its intricate design, retails around $75 but secondary prices fluctuate higher."

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"Luxury decks by the company "Lotrek" can be priced over $500 for special editions."

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"Limited edition Monarchs by Theory11 are priced around $100-$200 on secondary markets."

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"Gold-embossed decks, such as the Bicycle Gold Deck, can sell for around $50-$100."

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"The Artisans Playing Card series by Theory11 can range from $20 to $100 depending on the edition and condition."

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"The Federal 52 Part II playing cards set, designed by Jackson Robinson, can be worth around $300-$500."

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"Some vintage Bee brand playing cards from the early 20th century can sell for several hundred dollars."

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"Collectible card decks from pop culture collaborations (e.g., Marvel, DC) can exceed $100 depending on the rarity."

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"The Bicycle 125th Anniversary Edition playing cards can go up to $50-$100 due to their collector’s value."

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