GOLD is the new black! Your favorite deck of cards is now available in a metallic gold back with gold foil tuck case. Limited edition, will not be reprinted! Check out the story below for everything you need to know about the FORT NOC deck!
Breaking news, we have just learned that what many have thought to be a myth for so many years does in fact exist. Recent reports are stating that bricks of the elusive gold playing cards were uncovered by Sergeant Major NOC after the war and are now locked away in a highly secured fort in Kentucky. The exact details of how this treasure was obtained, or why it has been shrouded in secrecy, may always remain a mystery. Experts agree that putting a value on such a piece of history is nearly impossible, but we are certain it will increase in value after its public release. Appropriately named Fort NOCs, these playing cards will be released 100 years from when it was locked away on Nov. 18th 1919.
Kraft tuck box - thick and sturdy.
Printed to perfection by The United States Playing Cards Company
THIN CRUSHED premium stock with air-cushion finish
Marked for Clubs, Hearts, Spades, and Diamonds.
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Perfect gift for my son's collection. Beautiful deck.
Love these cards had to buy a few. Great for magic and cardistry.
Amazing deck with great feel
Same great quality we have come to expect from the NOC series, but with a Midas touch!
My favorite NOC deck was the Batnocs, but I think these beat those, because they feel better, and the whole theme of the cards is well executed!
Great Noc Deck
Very nice Noc deck. Never disappointed in the feel or performance of this series. In all honesty, I anticipated the backs of the cards themselves to be a lot more....glistening. I suppose I got that idea from the shiny tuck. Still a FIVE, tho!
Thank you so much for your purchase and review.
Wow, outstanding. I thought a bank roll of $100 bills was impressive. Think about a bag full of these decks, even if you don't break them open. Wish I could afford to buy 50 decks for my "Go Bag".