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 is on the hunt for a certain rare and particular item. This is where our story begins...
The Winter NOCs have finally arrived after 1 year of teasing this deck. Available in 2 regular edition colors, and 1 LIMITED edition, this series is something everyone's been requesting for a long time! Grab a few of these pastel beauties before we inevitably run out of stock!
- Printed to perfection by The United States Playing Cards Company
- Bicycle premium stock with Air-Cushion finish
- Marked for Clubs, Hearts, Spades, and Diamonds.
These cards are great! I have the Orange Summer NOCs and the cards feel great in the hands and are great for practical use! I ordered the Lavendar Winter NOCs, hoping to have a contrast in colors, and they aren't as "Purpley" as the pictures showed. Much grayer than I was expecting to get (Only reason it isn't a 5). Great cards though!
Beautiful cards with fantastic handling, highly recommend.
They're subtle, handle well, and look great. I have all kinds of decks, but people always ask where I got my NOCs. These especially!